Art, music, food, wine, film and literature - there's so much more to Romania than Vlad the Impaler! Discover the country's traditions, culture, history and people over three weeks (from October 7th - 25th) with seven unique events taking place throughout the city.

Highlights of Romanian Cultural Days in Dublin include; Romania Revealed, (Thursday, October 25th in Trinity College's Long Room Hub) a fascinating lecture from Historian and TV personality Adrian Cioroianu, who will talk the audience through Romania's recent tumultuous past; a free exhibition The Blouse That Changed The World; and Vampirology, taking place on Saturday, October 25th, which combines delicious food and drink sampling and Balkan electro legend, DJ Nico de Transilvania.

As well as that, world renowned artists and academics including film director Stere Gulea, composer Shaun Davey and the RTE Concert Orchestra, actors Oana Pellea, Razvan Vasilescu and Gabriel Spahiu, writer Peter Hurley, poet Ioan Es Pop, director Dieter Auner, curator Roxana Gibescu and the Male Choir of Sibiu University, feature on the rich cultural programme of concerts, screenings, readings, discussions and performances.

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