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Doamna Stanca National College (Satu Mare)

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Doamna Stanca National College (Romanian: Colegiul Național Doamna Stanca) is a public day high school for students aged 10 to 18, established in 1816, and located in Satu Mare, Romania. The school is named after the spouse of the Romanian ruler Michael the Brave. The Doamna Stanca National College is one of four national colleges located in Satu Mare, alongside Mihai Eminescu, Ioan Slavici, and Kölcsey Ferenc. The Romanian writer Ioan Slavici took his baccalaureate at this college. History After 1804, with the establishment of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Satu Mare, the Catholic gymnasium was reopened. The institution functioned in a rented space from the former Jesuit college that was damaged. In the year 1814, the construction plans for a new gymnasium were approved and the costs of the construction were supported by the Roman Catholic Bishopric. The city provided land for the construction and placement of the structure for only
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