Gheorghe Lazăr High School

Gheorghe Lazăr High School

The Gheorghe Lazăr High School ( _ro. Colegiul Naţional Gheorghe Lazăr) is a high school located in central Bucharest, Romania, at the southeast corner of the Cişmigiu Gardens, on the corner of Bulevardul Regina Elisabeta. One of the most prestigious secondary education institutions in Romania, it was in named after the Transylvanian educator Gheorghe Lazăr, who taught at the Saint Sava College. Founded in 1860, it is the second oldest high school in Bucharest.

Notable alumni

*Ion Andreescu
*Alexandru Athanasiu
*Ion Barbu
*Emilian Bratu
*George Călinescu
*Anda Călugăreanu
*Elie Carafoli
*George Ciprian
*Liviu Ciulei
*Dinu Cocea
*Mihai Constantinescu
*Mitiţă Constantinescu
*Andrei Filotti
*Eugen Filotti
*Alexandru Ghika
*Constantin Giurescu
*Aimée Iacobescu
*Marcel Iancu
*D. R. Ioaniţescu
*Scarlat Lambrino
*Aurel Lecca
*Gabriel Liiceanu
*Dinu Lipatti
*Mircea Maliţa
*Ion Mesrobeanu
*George Mihăiţă
*Camil Petrescu
*Florian Pittiş
*Emil Prager
*Matei Socor
*Valeriu Stoica
*Constantin Tănase
*Tudor Vianu
*Vasile Voiculescu

External links

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