Nicu Flondor (1872-1948)

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Bucovinean Romanian, political man, brother of Iancu and Tudor Flonder, was sanitary corps in the Austro-Hungarian army in Cernăuți, captured by the Russian troops, was taken to Tashkent until 1916; member of the Romanian National Council, delegated by him to attend the meeting of 28 November 1918 of the General Assembly of Bucovina who has voted for the Union. He has participated as a representative of Bucovina at the Geneva Conference and then at the Paris Peace Conference (1919-1920). After the union he was the mayor and then prefect of the city of Cernăuţi; has built during his tenure at the Cernăuţi Palace, the Palace of Culture (1938-1940), fled to Brasov in 1944.