Traditions

Romania has beautiful and well preserved traditions and customs. In this category we'll present some of them and we'll invite you to discover them having a visit in Romania. The most important places to visit while you're in Romania.


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September traditions in Romania

September traditions in Romania

2018-09-04

Traditions

This is a new post about the september traditions in Romania. The majority of the celebrations and traditions in our country are connected with the religious orthodox celebrations, which are coming from our ancestors and our past.

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dormition of Our Lady

August traditions in Romania

2017-08-26

Traditions

August  traditions are part of the summer traditions of the romanians. It are connected with the religious life, and the church.  Are diferent saints and martyrs celebrated in this month wich is also a month of hollydays and vacations for everybody. Will talk about the celebrations of "Changing at the Face", "Dormition of Our Lady or Holy Mary" and "The Beheading of Saint John the Baptist".

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st elijah

July traditions in Romania

2017-08-24

Traditions

July traditions are part of the ssummer traditions of the romanians. It are connected with the religious life, and the church.  Are diferent saints and martyrs celebrated in this month wich is also a month of hollydays and vacations for everybody. Will talk about the celebrations of "Pantellile", "The Holy Martyr Marina" and "The Saint Elijah".

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March traditions in Romania 2.

March traditions in Romania 2.

2017-03-01

Traditions

We are continouing our series about romanian traditions in the month of march with another traditions which are taking place in this month. Following our series you will observ that almost in every month we have something to celebrate, even it is a saint or a religious celebrations every month has something to do to our customs and traditions.

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martisor

March traditions in Romania 1.

2017-02-28

Traditions

March – is the first month of spring, the month when the weather begin to warm and the nature became alive and colourfull. It is called by the people “Martisor”Important celebration of March are:The Friday of St. Toader on March 1-st  and MartisorThe International Day of Womens March 8-thThe St. Martirs on March 9-thThe Good News on March 25-th

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