- Vatra (Romanian magazine)
literary magazinewas founded in 1885by Ion Luca Caragiale, George Coşbucand Ioan Slaviciand was published in Romanian in the city of Târgu Mureş, Transylvania, Austria-Hungary(now in Romania).
A new series of the magazine was published starting May
1971under the direction of poet and playwright Romulus Guga.
"Vatra" means "the
hearth" in Romanian.
*ro icon [http://www.revistavatra.ro/ Revista Vatra]
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