According to the ICR, the exhibition will be available at the INTEGRA 2009 Fair, which takes places in the Spanish capital December 4-8, at Romania’s stands more precisely. Ioana Zlotescu Simatu realized the coordination of the authors, with the seven albums being titled: ‘Danube Delta. Radu Anton Roman’, re-published by Catalin C.
Constantin, ‘Historic Centre of Timisoara City’ – Ioana Parvulescu, ‘The Wood Churches in Maramures’ – Teodor Baconsky, ‘Fortified Churches and Citadels from Transylvania’ – Emil Hurezeanu, ‘The Horezu Monastery’ – Bogdan Tataru Cazaban, ‘The Monasteries from Bucovina’ – Neagu Djuvara’ and ‘Dacian Fortresses of the Orastie Mountains’ – Simona Sora.
The launch will be part of a series of events organized by the ICR over November 27- December 9 in Madrid and in other localities close to the Spanish capital on the National Day of Romania, and also dedicated to the 20th anniversary since the fall of the communist regime.