Published on October 16th, 2014 | by Marius0
1814 Year of Miracles – Norwegian Constitution Bicentennial
1814 Year of Miracles
1814-2014 Norwegian Constitution Bicentennial,,ro,Theodor Aman Museum,,ro
Royal Norwegian Embassy in Romania, Museum Bucharest and Theodor Aman Museum are pleased to invite you to the exhibition poster "1814, Year of Miracles "Saturday, 18 October 2014, la ora 11:00, la Muzeul Theodor Aman (Art. C.A. Rosetti nr.8), to celebrate the 200 years after the adoption of the Constitution of Norway.
Doamna Tove Bruvik Westberg, Ambasador to Norvegiei în România, will open the conference with Mr. Adrian Majuru, Museum director Bucharest. Are invited to this event diplomats, mass media, civil society and academia.
During a turbulent year, Norway adopted its first constitution on 17 more 1814. This year Norway became independent from Denmark and entered into a union with Sweden. Union of the two countries lasted until 1905. Norwegian Constitution is the oldest in Europe still in use. It has undergone several amendments, but was never replaced by a new constitutional act.
The aim of this exhibition is to provide an overview of Romanian public on the most important political events in 1814, and to present some of the central points of the Norwegian Constitution in its current form.