Editura Curtea Veche

Editura Curtea Veche

Editura Curtea Veche (Curtea Veche Publishing House) is a Romanian publishing house with a tradition in editing works of Romanian literature. After the Romanian Revolution of 1989, Curtea Veche started editing more foreign books, such as BBC reports or "The Complete Idiot's Guide to...".

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*ro icon [http://www.curteaveche.ro/index.php Editura Curtea Veche (official site)]

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