A presentation by Attila Barabasi and Rea Ioannidou, the exhibition of traditional costumes and items named ”Similarities and dissimilarities of the traditional costume of Romania-Cyprus” runs in Lanarka from September 14th thru October 30th.
One of the most exciting ways of exploring Romania is to choose a wine route and to spoil yourself in history, relics of voievodic courts, royal manors, attics, wine museums and ancient cellars, constantly guided by the peerless taste of wine.
A little village in Argeș county – Corbi – will host Sunday, April 29 the first edition of its own Romanian Traditions Festival.
May 1st or more commonly, May Day is a national holiday in more than 80 countries, but for Romanians, the day bears more meanings than you’d expect. If in most countries the day is celebrated as the International Workers’ Day, Romania celebrates it as the beginning of the holiday season… more or less. Of course, […]
Like other Christian countries around the world, Easter is celebrated with the same fervor in Romania but there are still certain traditions and unique rituals which make it different from other nations.