Celebrating 100 years since the Great Romanian Union


This year brings us all an emotional glimpse of history- the Great Unification. 100 years have passed, and we are celebrating that moment on December 1st 2018.

Romania celebrates the Great Union and we all pay tribute to those who, 100 years ago, have succeeded in realizing a dream: the unification of all Romanians.
At ROPARDO, we recognize the centenary’s tribute of the past, the celebration of the present, and looking forward to Romania’s future.

We kindly invite you to celebrate this event together.

Sărbătorim împreună | Celebrating together | Wir Feiern Zusammen | Celebramos Juntos | вместе празднуем | Festeggiamo Insieme | Ünnepeljük Együtt | Célébrons Ensemble | 我们一起庆祝


ROPARDO celebrates the Great Union
We are excited to celebrate this year the eventful century that marks the centenary anniversary.

Proud to be an awarded software engineering Romanian company, ROPARDO provides customers with key competitive advantages – Innovation, Quality, Timely delivery, since 1994.

With the latest tools and agile methods, we create beautiful highly performing products and platforms as well as user-friendly mobile, cloud or web applications.

Back then…
It happened in Alba Iulia, where the declaration was read during a public event, attended by over 100,000 Romanians. On December 1, 1918, in the Great National Assembly the “Resolution” was read, officially proclaiming the union of the rest of the Romanian provinces: Transylvania, Banat, Crișana and Maramureș with the Kingdom of Romania. This was the peak moment of the historical process that led to forming Greater Romania.

Romanian postcard issued cca. 1918-1919. Courtesy Wikipedia.

For more details regarding the centenary, please click here.

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