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Book presentation „Refugiul regelui suedez Carol al XII-lea (1709-1714) în Imperiul Otoman. Calabalâcul de la Varniţa”, Chișinău, 2019. Editura Lexon-Prim. 516 p. Author: Robert R. Denndorf.

23 May 2019

 
The National Museum of History of Moldova hosted on Thursday, 23 May 2019, the book presentation Refugiul regelui suedez Carol al XII-lea (1709-1714) în Imperiul Otoman. Calabalâcul de la Varniţa, Chișinău, 2019. Editura Lexon-Prim. 516 p. Author: Robert R. Denndorf. The event took place in the Blue Room and gathered researchers, museographs, pupils and students.

The program was moderated by Conf. univ. dr. hab. Gheorghe Cojocaru, Director of the Institute of History and included:

Welcome messages
Dr. hab. Eugen Sava, Director of the National Museum of History of Moldova
Igor Șarov, General State Secretary of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research
H.E. Anna Lyberg, Ambassador of Sweden to the Republic of Moldova

Speeches
Acad. Andrei Eșanu, head of Medieval History Section of the Institute of History
Conf. univ. dr. Dinu Poștarencu, researcher coordinator at the Institute of History
Dr. Gheorghe Soltan, adviser at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration
Conf. univ. dr. Valentin Constantinov, researcher coordinator at the Institute of History

Prof. univ. dr. hab. Victor Ghilaș, director of the Institute of Cultural Heritage
Conf. univ. dr. Tamara Nesterov, researcher coordinator at the Institute of Cultural Heritage
Conf. univ. dr. Silvia Corlăteanu-Granciuc, academic secretary of the Institute of History
Alexandru Nichitenco, mayor of Varnița
Eduard Potânga, director of Publishing House LEXON

Robert R. DENNDORF, author of book Refugiul regelui suedez Carol al XII-lea (1709-1714) în Imperiul Otoman. Calabalâcul de la Varnița.


 

 


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