FAMOUS AND WONDERFUL WOMEN

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FAMOUS AND WONDERFUL WOMEN

Romania

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Florica Maria Sas (1841-1916) was one of the first women explorer .

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Sarmiza Bilcescu (1867-1935) was the first lawyer in Europe .

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Cecilia Cuțescu Stork (1879-1969) was the first female teacher.

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Maria Virginia Andreescu Haret (1894-1962) was the first arhitect in the world.

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Smaranda Brăescu ( 1897-1948) was the first woman parachutisc in Romania .

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Ana Aslan (1897-1988)- the savant who overcame old ag e . She developed the first medicine to delay the ageing process, between 1946-1956.

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Sofia Ionescu Ogrezeanu (1920-2008) the first female neurosurgen in the world.

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Lizica Codreanu (1901-1993) was a classic ballerina and the first one who inaguarated a Hatha Yoga in Paris.

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Martha Bibescu (1886-1973) was a c elebr ity  Romanian- F rench  writer. She was considered the smartest woman in Europe ; s he was member of the French Academy and s he represented Dior Fashion .

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Anna De Noailles (1876-1933) She wrote novels, an autobiography, and many collections of poetry. She had friendly relations with the intellectual, literary and artistic elite from Paris (Marcel Proust,  André Gide,  Frédéric Mistral,  Rainer Maria Rilke, Paul Valéry, Jean Cocteau…). In 1906 her image was sculpted by  Auguste Rodin.

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Maria Prodan Bjørnson (1949-2002) was the greatest female scenographist …

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Alina Cojocaru(1981-present) the greatest ballerina in the world and is the principal dancer at the English National Ballet.

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Nadia Comăneci (1961-present) the greatest gymnast in the world who got ten. She won three gold, one silver and one bronze medal at the Olympic Games in 1976

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THE SE ARE JUST A SMALL PART OF THE ROMANIAN WOMEN TO WHOM WE ARE GRATEFUL ... Made by Andra Chiliman, Colegiul Național ”Elena Cuza” Craiova