|Church||Romanian Orthodox Church|
Traian Petru Sevici
4 June 1936
|Denomination||Eastern Orthodox Church|
Timotei Seviciu (Romanian pronunciation: [timoˈtej ˈsevit͡ʃʲu] ; born Traian Petru Sevici [traˈjan ˈpetru ˈsevit͡ʃʲ] on 4 June 1936 in Timișoara) is a hierarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church, since 1984 the bishop and since 2009 the archbishop of the Arad Archdiocese.
Ioşia is an outlying quarter in Oradea, Romania. It is a mix of both high-rise housing blocks built in Communist times as well as low-density housing. The quarter is an exurban environment - that is, in between a rural area and a suburban environment. It is located in the city's far southwest, and, although there is good infrastructure in terms of education, shopping, and, to some extent, transportation, the quarter still has a significant number of unpaved roads and country-style houses. Ioşia is usually divided into three areas: Ioşia Nord, Calea Aradului and between those two, Old Ioşia.
Hîncești is a city and municipality in Moldova.
The Transylvanian Association for Romanian Literature and the Culture of the Romanian People is a cultural association founded in 1861 in Sibiu (Hermannstadt). It had an important role in the cultural life and the movement of national awakening for the Romanians in Transylvania.
Dumbrăveni is a town in the north of Sibiu County, in the centre of Transylvania, central Romania. The town administers two villages, Ernea and Șaroș pe Târnave.
Petru Maior was a Romanian writer who is considered one of the most influential personalities of the Age of Enlightenment in Transylvania. Maior was a member of the Greek-Catholic clergy, a historian, philosopher, and linguist.
Timotei is a shampoo brand owned by Unilever. The name Timotei comes from the Finnish word for a wild grass called timothy. The Timotei brand was conceived and designed by Lintas Helsinki in Finland. Timotei shampoo was launched in the early 1980s, but some countries only sold Timotei for a short period. The tagline was 'So mild you can wash your hair as often as you like'.
Sâncel is a commune located in Alba County, Transylvania, Romania. It has a population of 2,790 and is composed of three villages: Iclod (Küküllőiklód), Pănade (Pánád), and Sâncel.
Petru Iosub is a retired Romanian rower. He first competed in coxless fours, placing fifth at the 1980 Olympics and winning a bronze medal at the 1982 World Championships. Later he changed to coxless pairs and won a gold medal at the 1984 Olympics, together with Valer Toma.
Timotei Cipariu was a Romanian Greek Catholic cleric and academic. He was one of the founding members of the Romanian Academy.
The Priory of Santa Maria del Vilar at Villelongue-dels-Monts in the department of the Pyrénées-Orientales, France, houses the Romanian Orthodox Monastery of the Dormition of the Mother of God. It falls under the jurisdiction of the Romanian Orthodox Metropolitan of Western and Southern Europe.
Petru-Alexandru Luncanu is a Romanian professional tennis player playing on the ITF Men's Circuit and the ATP Challenger Tour and current member of the Romania Davis Cup Team. On November 2, 2009, he reached his highest ATP singles ranking of 304 whilst his highest doubles ranking was 286 achieved on November 2, 2015.
Petru Păduraru is a Bessarabian priest and the current Metropolitan of Bessarabia.
The Democratic Forum of Romanians in Moldova is a civic movement, which brings together over 120 NGOs, several leading public organizations of Moldova and a whole number of academicians, writers, journalists. In 2006, the organization claimed 100,000 members.
The Archdiocese or Archbishopric of Arad, formerly the Bishopric of Arad is an episcopal see of the Romanian Orthodox Church, under the administration of the Metropolis of Banat, with jurisdiction over Arad County in Romania. The current head is bishop Timotei Seviciu.
The 'Holy Trinity' Orthodox Cathedral is a Romanian Orthodox cathedral in Arad, in the Crișana region of western Romania. It is the main cathedral of the episcopal see of Arad, currently headed by Timotei, Archbishop of Arad.
Outbound is a 2010 Romanian action film directed by Bogdan George Apetri.
Mircea Axente is a Romanian former football midfielder and referee. In the 1970–1971 European Cup, Axente was the one who gave the assist to Florian Dumitrescu who scored UTA's decisive goal that eliminated Feyenoord who were European champions at that time. After he ended his playing career he became a referee, arbitrating matches in Romania's top-league Divizia A and at international and European club level. A book about him was written by Radu Romănescu and Ionel Costin, called Mircea Axente, de pe maidanele Aradului în casa campioanei lumii(Mircea Axente, from the slopes of Arad in the world champion's house).
Petru Creția was a Romanian essayist, poet and translator.
Events from the year 1947 in Romania. The year saw the abdication of Michael I of Romania and foundation of the Romanian People's Republic.