On September 5th, 2019, the National Archives of Romania hosted at its central hall in Bucharest, located in Bvd. Regina Elisabeta no. 49, the Session entitled „Perspectives on the digitization of documents in the South-East European Archives”, as a part of the 12th International Congress of South-East European Studies.
Issues 1-2/2014 and 1-2/2015 of “Revista Arhivelor. Archives Review” are now available on our website. We wish to thank to all our contributors and readers for their patience and to apologise for the delays. Meanwhile, the editorial board of “Revista Arhivelor. Archives Review” is preparing issues # 1-2/2016 and # 1-2/2017. Those interested in publishing… Read more “Revista Arhivelor. Archives Review”, no. 1-2/2014 and no. 1-2/2015
In 1865, Romania was the first country in modern European history to abolish the death penalty, followed by Portugal in 1867 and the Netherlands in 1870. Our micro-exhibition presents three 19th century milestones in the abolition of capital punishment in Romanian Principalities reflected in archival documents: Organic Regulation of 1831, Proclamation of Islaz of 1848… Read more Micro-exhibition “Abolition of the Death Penalty in Romanian Principalities in the 19th Century”
The exhibition “Romanians and Bulgarians in the 1877-1878 War” organized by the National Archives of Romania, “Muzeul Olteniei” Craiova and Archives State Agency in Bulgaria will open on October 18, 2017, 11:00 at “Muzeul Olteniei” in Craiova.
On September 26, 2017 a new database, Genealogical Virtual Archive, has been published online. The purpose of the project is to create a public database containing the digitized genealogical collections of the National Archives of Romania in Bucharest and Brasov. It is for the first time when such a project is developed in Romania due… Read more Genealogical Virtual Archive
Update 3: Study room will open starting November 1, 2017 for a limited number of 24 seats. Update 2: Central Public Relations Office on Bvd. Regina Elisabeta no. 49 will open starting October 12, 2017. Update: Central Study Rooms and Central Public Relations Office will close starting July 24, 2017. The exact date… Read more Central Study Rooms and Central Public Relations Office in Bucharest closed for renovation – July 2017
Central Archives, Bucharest, Bvd. Regina Elisabeta no. 49. In a year so rich in events commemorating World War One, National Archives of Romania organized an exhibition that highlights the efforts of the Romanian Army to recover and stop the advance of the enemy in Moldova, which in 1917 was all that was left of Romania.… Read more Exhibition – “Military campaigns in 1917”