|First issue||22 October 1911|
History and profile
Flacăra was started in 1911. The first issue was published on 22 October 1911. The founder was Constantin Banu and the magazine covers the articles on the literary work by Romanian writers. The headquarters is in Bucharest. During the Ceauşescu era it was a communist publication and supported the isolation of Romania from Europe together with other magazines.
Flacăra launched its website in 2010.
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- Pia Brînzeu (2000). Corridors of Mirrors: The Spirit of Europe in Contemporary British and Romanian Fiction. University Press of America. p. 65. ISBN 978-0-7618-1747-5. Retrieved 17 January 2015.
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