Iuliu Maniu

Iuliu Maniu (; January 8, 1873 – February 5, 1953) was an Austro-Hungarian-born Romanian politician. A leader of the National Party of Transylvania and Banat before and after World War I, he served as Prime Minister of Romania for three terms during 1928–1933, and, with Ion Mihalache, co-founded the National Peasants' Party.

Read more about Iuliu Maniu:  Early Years, PNR Leadership, PNŢ in Democratic Romania, Under Successive Dictatorships, Opposition To Communism, Death

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Lujerului Metro Station
... It is located at the intersection of Lujerului and Iuliu Maniu Avenues, close to the Lujerului road-tunnel, near the Cotroceni Freight Railway Terminal, the Lujerului Silo, Mills and Bread Factory, and ... name of the easternmost portion of the Iuliu Maniu Avenue, that was formerly known as Armata Poporului (People's Army) ... The name of the avenue was changed in 1997 to honor Iuliu Maniu, an inter-war Romanian statesman and to remove all the remaining communist symbolism ...
Iuliu Maniu - Death
... Iuliu Maniu died in 1953 in Sighet prison, and his body was thrown into the common grave in the courtyard ...