2010 is the 106th anniversary of St. Mary Romanian Orthodox Cathedral. It is the oldest Romanian Orthodox parish in the U.S.A.
The Romanian Festival includes Church and Museum tours. The food, music, shopping and hospitality demonstrate why Bucharest became known as the "little Paris."
Bine ati Venit! (Welcome) and Pofta Buna (Good Appetite)! Enjoy this special taste of Romania!
Maria Radu and Maria Radulici
Alice Froone and Camelia Manolache
Christina, Larisa, Stefan and Daniel Habean
Daniella Babet and Maryssa Casandra Vales
Marie Sandru with cookbook celebrating 53 years of continuous printing. Pofta Buna means good appetite
Luceafărul - Mariya Turk
See more of the epic Romanian poem Luceafărul
Father Remus Grama gave Church tours
See more of St Mary Romanian Church
The Romanian Museum was open for visiting
See more of the Romanian Museum - photos and a virtual tour
The parade of Romanian Costumes was very popular
Sezatoarea Dance Group
See more Romanian Music from the Transylvania Orchestra and the Sezatoarea Folk Dancers
See you at the 2011 Romanian Festival!
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Sezatoarea Romanian Folk Dancers
St Mary Romanian Orthodox Cathedral
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