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A young Moldovan invented a hologram that prevents fog-related accidents

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Daniel is another Moldovan-born talented student living abroad who is planning to leave the country for good, aiming to soon obtain the Romanian citizenship.

Daniel Plângău, a student in the second year at the Galati Engineering Faculty, invented a device that projects a hologram for the prevention of traffic accidents, writes Adevarul.

His biggest achievement so far is a holographic system that can be mounted on cars, putting on guard the drivers who are approaching having a car in front.

“The device is mounted on the machines, and when it’s foggy outside, projects a short message or light signals using the fog as a screen so that the approaching drivers are warned and get to slow down,” Daniel explains.

The young man has left the idea that there are currently very many traffic accidents on the fog, many of which have tragic consequences, especially in areas where drivers suddenly enter a zone with good visibility into one where they see almost nothing due to fog.

Daniel’s holographic system has already been awarded by Apan at the UGAL Invent Research and Innovation Salon, organized by the Danube Delta University, with “the prize for increasing the safety of drivers and pedestrians,”.

Currently studying Interactive/Media/Design at the Royal Academy of Art. Based in The Hague, The Netherlands.

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Today, Old Orthodox Christians celebrate Saint John the Baptist day

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Today, the Old Orthodox Christians celebrate Saint John the Baptist, one of the most holy saints. The parishioners begin their day at the church, praying for the health of their loved ones, but also for family welfare.

The Christian tradition says that St. John the Baptist was the one who preached the coming of the Savior and who baptized Jesus Christ in the Jordan River. John the Baptist was the last of the Old Testament prophets and a New Testament publisher.

The story in which people in Moldova still believe in, is that St. John the Baptist is considered to be the greatest and most important of all who have ever been. This is for his hard life in the wilderness of the Jordan, the calling of the people to the confession of sins and to repentance, the worthiness to baptize the Lord Jesus Christ, the confession of truth and the thirst for justice, and the punishment of his head.

St. John the Baptist had a death of a martyr – his head was cut off from King Herod Antipa’s order.

The holy relics became known through the multitude of wonders that were done.

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Master Eugen Doga will participate at the Romanian Academy of National Culture Day

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The great music composer of the Republic of Moldova, Eugen Doga, will participate in the National Culture Day at the symposium entitled “Romanian Culture at Anniversary Clock – Centenary of the Great Union”, which will take place on Monday at the Romanian Academy.

“It’s a great honor for me. There will be the sonnet, the first work in which I was inspired by Eminescu’s creation. I wrote a musical piece without words, then I switched to poetry. He was also a musician. His poetry is music, so I repeat: I do not compose the lyrics of Eminescu, I decipher the music from Eminescu’s lyrics,” said Doga, who is also a member of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova.

The Symposium “Romanian Culture at Anniversary Clock – Centenary of the Great Union” will be opened by the President of the Romanian Academy, and will be moderated by Acad. Alexandru Surdu, Vice-President of the Romanian Academy.

The event will be attended by the Minister of Culture and National Identity, Lucian Romaşcanu, and the presidential adviser Sergiu Nistor.

The birthday of the national poet Mihai Eminescu, January 15, was declared the National Culture Day at the initiative of the Romanian Academy.

Source: Bucurestifm.ro

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On January 20, all winter traditions in Moldova are gathered at “GERAR FESTIVAL”

On January 20th, from 12:00 to 19:00, an unforgettable festival dedicated to the winter traditions and rituals from all corners of our country will take place on the territory of the Milestii Mici Quality Wine Complex.

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Besides the benefits of folk groups and folk ensembles and the oldest winter traditions, the program of the festival promises to impress even the most versatile spectator.

12:00 – 12:30 – Santa’s Fanfare

12:00 – 19:00 – Free tasting of the brewery

12:00 – 19:00 – Excursion to the largest wine collection in the world

12:30 – 18:00 – Popular southern, northern and central choices with Christmas carols and shows

15:00 – 15:15 – Parade of Traditions

18:00 – 18:45 – Concert with Igor Cuciuc

Every guest will receive a ceramic cup and can taste some types of beer and even vote for the best recipe. At the end of the event, the organizers will designate the winning recipe and will give prizes to the raffle that will take place at the event.

The festival ticket will also provide an exciting trip, where our talented guides will tell everything about the 1.5 million bottle collection introduced in the Guinness Book of Records – in a few languages – as well as other curiosities about the Milestii Mici winery.

On January 20, from 11:30 until the end of the event, minibuses marked with the “GERAR FEST” sticker will go to the Mileştii Mici winery from the Gaudeamus cinema in Chișinău. The travel price is included in the cost of the ticket.

The event takes place with the support of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research of the Republic of Moldova.

GET YOUR TICKETS HERE.

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