Easter Celebration

Many customs dating back to ancient times designed to accommodate the return of spring attached themselves to Easter. The egg is the symbol of germination occurs in early spring. Similarly, the hare is an ancient symbol which has always represented fertility. More

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About Nicolae Sfetcu

Experience in the domains of engineering, Quality Assurance, electronics and Internet services (translation, web design, Internet marketing, web business solutions).

Owner and manager with MultiMedia

Developer of MultiMedia Network

Partner with MultiMedia in several European and national research and development projects

Project Coordinator for European Teleworking Development Romania (ETD)

Cofounder of the regional association and president of the Mehedinti Branch of Romanian Association for Electronic Industry and Software

Initiator, cofounder and president of Romanian Association for Telework and Teleactivities

Member of Internet Society

Initiator, cofounder and president of Romanian Teleworking Society

Cofounder and vice-president of the Mehedinti Branch of the General Association of Engineers in Romania

Physicist engineer – Bachelor of Physics, Major Nuclear Physics

Training for a doctor degree in telecommunications

Internal auditor for the Quality Management Systems

Specialist in industrial Nondestructive Testing

Attested for Quality Assurance

Hundreds of publications (books, e-books, articles), mainly from the IT domain.

Languages: Romanian, French, English

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Email: nicolae@sfetcu.com
Tel.: +40-745-526896

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Easter Celebration
Easter is the most important solemnity (just before Christmas) of the Church. It is the first of the five cardinal feasts of the Catholic liturgical year. Easter commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ laid down by the Bible, the third day after his passion. The solemnity begins on Easter Sunday, which for Catholics mark the end of fasting of Lent, and lasts for eight days (Easter week, or w

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