ONE SITE FOR THE ROMANIAN IN ARIZONA. PLEASE ADD CONTENT: LINKS, EVENTS, ADS AND MORE
Romanian designer interprets folk heritage for interiors
Fabric design by a Romanian design brand, Halfdrop, used in products for interiors. Romanian architect and designer Alexandra Lazarescu interprets her country’s folk heritage and imagery in geometric patterns with contemporary sophistication. (HALFDROP via AP)
Many young international designers are drawing on heritage, folklore and their imaginations to create contemporary textile, ceramic and wall-covering patterns.
Some are finding larger audiences through decor retailers and online sites. Others are taking their imaginations outdoors, onto the sides of buildings.
Check your preconceived notions about Romania at the door. Your experience here will not be defined by encounters with street children, Gypsy's, or Dracula... more ...
Place your classified ad online or see ads posted by other people.
Cultural events, shows, Romanian Festival, sport events, etc. organized by the Romanian community in Arizona.
The Romanian Orthodox Church, by far the largest denomination (in Romania), claims some 86% of the total country population (2011 census)... more ... Exaltation of the Holy Cross church in Phoenix Arizona USA is a mission parish of the Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of America, a diocese of The Orthodox Church in America and our Pastor is V. Reverend Father Alin Munteanu.
We like good food and we miss things that were common back home but are hard to find here. If you know the hidden places where we can find good "mititei" or other Romanian food, stores where we can buy Romanian products, let us know
Language, religion, traditions… basic things that we cannot exist without… or we can but then we are not Romanian anymore.... more ...
Internet links to other Romanian communities around the world.
There are many Romanian professionals in Arizona. If you prefer Romanian language or just out of national pride… give your business to your compatriot.
Let's smile... Read a joke (click Smiley for more)
"Congratulations, my boy!" said the uncle. "I'm sure you'll look back and remember today as the happiest day of your life." "But I'm not getting married until tomorrow," the groom protested. "I know," replied the uncle. "That's what I mean."