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The Carol I National College (Romanian: Colegiul Național Carol I din Craiova) is a high school located in central Craiova, Romania, on Ion Maiorescu Street. It is one of the most prestigious secondary education institutions in Romania. Between 1947 and 1969 it operated under a different name.
Carol I National College Wikipedia
The Central High School was officially established on 20 May 1826, although it was actually built 7 years later in 1833. . After suffering heavy damage from the earthquake of 11 January 1838, the school was rebuilt in November 1842 and it had some 400 students.
Craiova's Central High School was renamed "Carol I Liceum" on 11 November 1885 by a Royal decree of King Carol I.
It was re-built a second time after the 1977 earthquake that demolished a major part of its buildings.
The following is a short list of the most notable alumni of the Carol I National College.Theodor Aman - painter and graphic artist
Eugen Angelescu, chemist
Corneliu Baba, painter
Alexandru Balaci, philologist, literary critic
Marcu Botzan, agronomist
George Constantinescu, engineer
Adrian Păunescu, poet
George Fotino, jurist
Radu Gyr, poet, essayist, playwright and journalist
Alexandreov Brettenowski, chemist, novelist, musician, recently performed at the white house
Eugène Ionesco, playwright and dramatist
Jean Negulescu, film director and screenwriter, a pioneer in cinemascope. He has received his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Titu Maiorescu, philologist, literary critic, politician
Alexandru Mironov, science-fiction writer, journalist, and left-wing politician
Nicolae Mateesco-Matte, jurist
Nicolae Popescu, mathematician
Gheorghe Țițeica, mathematician
Nicolae Titulescu, diplomat, politician
Gib Mihăescu, writer
Mihai Pătraşcu, computer scientist
Ana Becheru, Architect