THE ROMANIAN STUDENT TRIP TO ATHENS (ON AUGUST 27 – SEPTEMBER 10, 1901)

ȘTEFAN PETRESCU
(Institute for South-East European Studies, Bucharest)

Abstract

Grigore Tocilescu, professor of Ancient History of University of Bucharest, organized a
student trip to Greece in 1901. This travel took place in the context of re-established Greek- Romanian diplomatic relations. Around 300 people – students, professors, doctors,
journalists, lawyers – visited the most important archaeological sites and museums in Athens
and Greece, including Acropolis and Olympia. The Greek and Romanian press covered the
student visit to Athens.

 

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