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Constantin Esarcu

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Constantin Esarcu

Constantin Esarcu
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kingdom of Romania
In office
February 21, 1891 – November 26, 1891
Monarch Carol I of Romania
Preceded by Alexandru Lahovary
Succeeded by Alexandru Lahovary
Personal details
Born (1836-11-05)November 5, 1836
Died June 8, 1898(1898-06-08) (aged 61)
Govora, Mihăești, Vâlcea

Constantin Esarcu (November 5, 1836 – June 8, 1898) was a naturalist, physician, teacher, politician and diplomat who served as the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kingdom of Romania from February 21 until November 26, 1891.

Esarcu graduated from a university in Bucharest and Sorbonne University in Paris. In 1864, he received his doctoral degree in medicine. He also served as the Romanian ambassador to France.[1]

He died on June 8, 1898 in Govora, Mihăești, Vâlcea.

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