Davide Bertuccio : Across the river’s flow “This is my house, but over there in Richiș, I feel at home.” This is the phrase that most aptly sums up the situation the Transylvania’s Saxons are currently experiencing. These are the words of Susanna, Saxon of Romanian origins who’s now living in Nordheim, across the Neckar river, last bulwark to overcome to get home in Germany. Saxons are a community with German roots. Since the XI th century, together with Hungarians and Romanians, they’ve been living in the green heart of Romania. From this very land, a major migration is now […]
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