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The traditions of January in Romania

Culture and Traditions

Posted 04-12-2021

In Romania, the religious life is very important, and the majority of the traditions of each month, are connected in a way or another with the cult of ancestors or with the Christian saints.

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May traditions in Romania

Culture and Traditions

Posted 26-08-2021

The may traditions are part of the every year customs of the Romanians, As usual, their majority is connected with the Agricole season and with the religious celebration.

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Orthodox Baptism of children.

Culture and Traditions

Posted 25-08-2021

What is baptism? Baptism is the sacrament in which, through triple immersion in water, in the name of the Holy Trinity, the one who is baptized is cleansed from ancestral sin and from all sins committed up to baptism, is born to a new spiritual life and is He becomes a member of the mysterious body of the Lord, of the Church of Christ.

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April traditions in Romania

Culture and Traditions

Posted 05-04-2021

This article talks about the traditions of April in Romania. Many of them related to agricultural life or religious one.

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Romanian wedding

Culture and Traditions

Posted 28-03-2021

If so far I have published information about the history of Romania, about Romanian culture, about what Romanians are like, about Romanian gastronomy, it is time to describe some of the most present habits in the life of a person: birth and baptism, wedding and funeral. I will start with the wedding and I will show you a traditional wedding with all its moments, which we, Visit Transilvania Travel, recreate for those groups of tourists who want to learn more about our traditions and customs.

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Mucenici

Culture and Traditions

Posted 07-03-2021

Mucenici is a traditional Romanian dessert that is made only once a year on March 9th. Mucenici is made for the religious celebration of the 40 Martyrs of Sevastia. More about this religious celebration you can find in our article Romanian March Traditions

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March traditions in Romania

Culture and Traditions

Posted 06-03-2021

March – is the first month of spring, the month when the weather begins to warm and nature became alive and colorful. It is called by the people “Martisor”

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Adventure in Danube Delta.

Travel trough Romania.

Posted 20-02-2021

The first day of our adventure begins at Tulcea, the city-capital of the Delta. The beautiful hotel placed on the shore of the Danube will welcome you with rooms orientated to the Danube and with the best conditions and food in town. For the evening, you can take dinner, on the Danube cliff on the fish restaurant of one of the Romanian Olympic champions at caiac-canoe.

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Short Explanation of The Words Used In The Romanian History

Romanian History

Posted 17-02-2021

In Romanian history, the language has many words probably unknown to you. Even to many Romanians, these words are unknown, but without them, our history cannot be told. We will try to explain to you the roots of some of these words.

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Mineral Waters

Did you know that ?

Posted 16-02-2021

The genesis and the appearance of mineral waters in the form of springs are linked to the existence of depth deficiencies, to the volcanic mountain range, as well as to the deposits of oil, methane, coal, and salt.

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February Traditions

Culture and Traditions

Posted 15-02-2021

We are talk this time about the traditions of February who are following the religious celebrations of the month.

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Romanian Cookery

Culture and Traditions

Posted 15-02-2021

In point of meal civilizations ( either lunch or dinner) the Romanian area has been and still belongs to the Eastern world.

The culture of Romania

The culture of Romania

Culture and Traditions

Posted 03-01-2021

The culture of Romania is a unique culture, which is the product of its geography and its distinct historical evolution. It is theorized that Romanians, (Proto-Romanians, including Aromanians, Megleno-Romanians, and Istro-Romanians) are the combination of descendants of Roman colonists and people indigenous to the region who were Romanized. The Dacian people, one of the major indigenous peoples of Central and Southeast Europe are one of the predecessors of the Proto-Romanians.

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