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The Gaudeamus Radio Romania Book Fair starts in Cluj-Napoca

Now in its 23rd edition, the event returns to the city's Union Square, following a tradition of almost two decades.

The Gaudeamus Radio Romania Book Fair starts in Cluj-Napoca
Foto: Alexandru Dolea/arhivă

Publicat: 24 Aprilie 2024, 12:05  • Actualizat: 24 Aprilie 2024, 13:28

The biggest book fair in Transylvania - Gaudeamus Radio Romania - starts on Wednesday in Cluj-Napoca.

Now in its 23rd edition, the event returns to the city's Union Square, following a tradition of almost two decades.

The official opening of the edition took place at 12:00.

In Cluj's Union Square, famous for its gothic and baroque ensembles, 16 pavilions are set up, hosting 60 stands with 85 publishers.

The fair offers books, music and educational games. There are several thousand titles in Romanian, international languages and those of national minorities living in Romania.

In all, more than 40 book launches and presentations are scheduled, as well as meetings between writers and readers.

For reading enthusiasts who can't make it to Union Square in Cluj-Napoca, the official gaudeamus.ro website offers virtual stands, live events broadcast from the venue and up-to-date information on publishing news, offers and special projects of the participants.

Translated by Radu Matei

SOURCE: Radio România Actualități

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