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In the month of June 2011 Romania will host for the second consecutive year  the prestigious Oriental Art Exhibition in Bucharest with the support of  Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation of Romania . The exhibition will stay in Bucharest for seven days offering to the public the opportunity of getting aquatinted with the magic of the east.


This year the exhibition will be held under the title : MAGIC OF ORIENTAL ART  COMES TO BUCHAREST  and organizers are ambitioning for an even grandiose event  than last year.

The Oriental Exhibition is dedicated in offering a firsthand impression to the viewers of how life in the orient society really is.

The aim of the Oriental Art  Exhibition is to create an oriental environment in which the visitor could understand how an oriental house is build, what are the ornaments and the practical furniture used, how is made possible the presence of sacred space and tradition in the normal environment of life and working. 

In a way the Oriental exhibition is offering a practical gate for curious and visitors and even experts alike in better understanding how life, climate, food , education and religion are forging the everyday life of the people of the east.

The organizers of the exhibition have told us that the main agenda of the Exhibition is to offer a bridge between oriental culture and understanding of life and European concept of living and understanding housing .

This year , for a second year in a row the prestigious Oriental Art  Exhibition comes to Romania at the invitation of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation of Romania and professor Anton Caragea supervision  under the attractive title: THE MAGIC OF ORIENTAL ART  COMES TO BUCHAREST.

The prestigious exhibition is regarded in all of Europe as an important way for countries from the Orient to present their tradition, there culinary expertise, their art and to open to the viewers of the exhibition a gate for their world.

As usually the most prestigious and important embassy accredited to Bucharest will be invited to take part in the show and to present their spectacular tradition to Romanian public and to fulfill their role of ambassadors of culture and tradition.

Professor Anton Caragea declared to the press that bringing the Magic of Oriental Art  to Bucharest for a second year is a great achievement and it constitute one of the most important cultural events of the diplomatic life and the agreement of the organizer to dispatch the precious collection of the ORIENTAL ART  EXHIBITION to Romania proves that Romania is an important and vibrant country open to foreign cultures and experiences .

Professor Anton Caragea , director of IRICE, awarding the title of official partner for EXOTIQUE Brand owner in June 2010  at last year event.

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