Romania: Cezar films Eurovision postcard in Bucharest

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Cezar the 2013 Romanian representatives has finished filming for his Eurovision 2013 presentation postcard. SVT’s crew flew to Bucharest specially for the occasion.

The Romanian Eurovision 2013 presentation postcard has been filmed at various locations in around Romania’s majestic capital city depicting the city’s beauty and rich cultural heritage: Palatul Parlamentului (Palace of Parliament in Bucharest),  Ateneul Român (the Romanian Atheneum),  Miko Beauty Center, Art Music  (a recordings studio), World Class Pool, Music Club, La MAMA Restaurant, Arcul De Triumf ( Triumph Arch in Bucharest) and the Old City of Bucharest. We will be seeing Cezar selecting stage oufits at Ego Men’s Fashion Concept during the postcard too. We will be seeing Cezar swimming in the pool, visiting Bucharest’s Parliament Palace, which is the world’s 2nd biggest building!


The making of the Romanian postcard- Video

This year the presentation postcards preceeding each song will be filmed in each of the 39 paticipating countries depicting the representatives’ respective country, culture and tradition. SVT ‘s crews have travelled   to all the 39 participating countries in order to film the official presentation postcards for the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest.

Cezar will represent Romania at the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest with the song It’s my life. The Romanian singer  won the 2013 Romanian Eurovision national final earlier this month. Currently Cezar is busy preparing for the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest. The 2013 Romanian entry has been composed and written by Cristian Faur.

Romania debuted at the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest with Dat Bitman and is yet to win the event. The country’s best placing at the Eurovision Song Contest was in 2005 with Luminita Anghel  and in 2010 with Paula Seling and Ovi, when Romania placed 3rd.

Stay tuned to for the latest information on  Romania and the Eurovision Song Contest.

Photograph credit: TVR, George Racates