Interesting traditions

Each country presents different traditions. Each country celebrates particular events that are unknown in other countries. So if those events are that exciting why shouldn’t peoples around us find out about them? In Romania on the 1st of March girls and women are offered “mărţişoare”. What is a “mărţişor” ? If you want to find out contact me !

Feb
28
2009

The fancy-dress ball( Slovakia)

Posted by: Helena Repaská
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Each year in February we have fancy-dress ball at our school. Fantastic atmosphere, a lot of fun and dance. It´s a very beautiful and interesting day.

Feb
26
2009

Yours friends from Braila - Romania sent gretings

Posted by: Chiriac Frusina
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Feb
23
2009

Martenitsa

Posted by: Yana Zhetcheva
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MARTENITSA from white and red thread. 

Feb
19
2009

Thursday fat

Posted by: Barbara Pasiuk
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Today in Poland - Thursday fat. On the table is dominated by the parcel. Custom orders each day to eat in at least one bud.

Barbara

Feb
15
2009

martenitsa

Posted by: Kristina Foteva
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The martenitsa... this magical amulet inherited by our (Bulgaria) predecessors is the first sing of the coming spring. On 1st of March everybody in Bulgaria wear martenitsa.

Feb
15
2009

Martenitsa

Posted by: Kristina Foteva
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Martenitsa or Baba Marta( grandmother March) are Bulgarian custom. The classical "martenitsa" is made of red and white weaved threads. The kids from Bulgaria love this custom. They draw or make aplications with martenitsa.

Feb
14
2009

Valentine's Day

Posted by: Barbara Pasiuk
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http://basiadorota.blogspot.com/2009/02/valentines-day.html

Valentine's Day in Poland does not yet have a deep tradition. From90s is more popular. Look what heart we have done.

Barbara - Poland

Feb
04
2009

The Girl Fair of Mount Gaina

Posted by: ANA TUDOR
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Near Mount Gaina you’ll witness one of the most interesting traditions of Romania: the Gaina Girl Fair, taking place each year in the Sunday closest to July 20. Known as "targul de fete", this is the greatest outdoor holiday of the country and it hosts the greatest traditional song and dance groups from Romania.

The history of this celebration was lost in the mist of time, but Mount Gaina was mentioned by Strabon, "the father of geography", who claimed that Dacians had a "cogaiom" mountain near their capital, Sarmisegetuza, where they made their sacrifices. Gaina is probably the peak where...

Feb
04
2009

THA MASKED BALL

Posted by: Renata Ciok
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In January we had a great  ball.It was fun.