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added on 30th of April, 2009

National Library of Romania are beginning in St. Sava College library and it was opened in 1838 having at that time 1000 volumes. In the year 1859 after the revolution the library receives the status of national library, but in the year 1901 is removed and the volumes are transferred to the Romanian Academy Library until 1955. Starting with the year 1990 the State Library receives the name of National Library, the title is still present.

The library now has approximately 13000000 units of encyclopedic literature. The library fund may be organized into 2 categories, the first: The current Funds includes romanian and foreign creations, newspapers, books, magazines and the second: The special collections funds refers to manuscripts, historical archives, bibliophily, cartography, prints, photographs.

 

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Bucharest, RomaniaThe Ottoman Empire was the suzerain of the land somewhere during the start of 17th century. Suzerain is that empire which is the head of the state but the internal affairs of the state are managed by the local rulers. During this rule, the Ottoman Empire and even the local princes never took care of the city and hence Bucharest degraded during the Ottoman rule. Located in the proximity of the old prince court is Lipscani, a historical road which was known as Ulita Mare somewhere during the year 1589. It was this road from where the redevelopment of the city had started. By 1700s, the city of Bucharest was the most important hub for trading... Read more »

 
 
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What to see in the Parliament Palace of Bucharest - Apr 30, 2009, by cipristb
The Parliament Palace is also know as Casa Poporului (House of the People). It is a colossal edifice with a length of 270 m, width of 240 m, height of 86 m and 92 m below ground. In total there are 20 levels of which 8 are below ground.... Read more »

Visiting the Mihai Voda Monastery in Bucharest - Apr 30, 2009, by cipristb
Mihai Voda Monastery is part of the oldest buildings in Bucharest, preserved until today. It was built on the ruins of an old church, in 1594, founded by Michael the Brave. Originally it was surrounded by a high wall, with a fortress, but... Read more »

Best club in Bucharest - Mar 27, 2010, by Anonymous
Bachelor parties offer men about to be married their last chance to have a little fun before it is time to get married and become devoted to only one person. Traditionally, a new wife isn't going to let her husband head out to the... Read more »

 
 

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