Romanian Freemasons' celebration on January 24

Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Romanian Freemasons' celebration on January 24


In Romania, a country located in Oriental Europe, Freemasonry celebrates each year on January 24. The national festivity remembers the 1859 unification of two principalities (Valahia and Moldova) within the borders of the Carpathians, Danube, Black Sea and Prut river.


Under the rule and double election of Prince Alexandru Ioan Cuza and with the help of the Romanian Freemasons and of those abroad, especially in France and England, the unification process toke place on 24 January 1859. Romanian Freemasons remember the help offered by their Brother Napoleon III, Emperor of France and Queen Victoria after the Osborne reunion of the two monarchs.


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