Earliest Writing Clues on the Romanian Traditional Houses

Earliest Writing

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditGoogle+Earliest Writing Clues on the Romanian Traditional Houses Burnt clay tablets discovered in the village of Tărtăria – claimed to represent the earliest writing system in the world Ethnographic studies indicate the presence of ancient symbols used in architectural ornamentation, in embroidery, on ceramics, symbols that can be found on hundreds ...

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How is Smoked Meat Made in Romania

Smoked Meat

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditGoogle+Traditional Romanian Smoking Meat Food Recipes from Mountain People During the XXth century, the Romanian peasants were smoking meat to preserve it. Fresh meat was consumed only one week after the sacrifice. Although they now have different ways of preserving it, the traditional smoked meat is still preferred for it’s ...

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Romanian Folk Dances and Costumes at the Village Prom

Romanian Folk Costumes

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditGoogle+Romanian Traditions: Folk Costumes and Dances at Village Festivals Two months ago, I was writing about living the romanian tradition of round dance at village proms, next to local people from the village of Iaslovăț wearing Romanian folk costumes. Bucovina is a land of so many traditions and customs, but ...

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Our Ultimate Rustic Escape to Remote Areas of Romania

traditional villages

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditGoogle+Our Ultimate Travel to Unspoilt Traditional Villages of Romania Romania is one of the last places in Europe where people live a medieval lifestyle from choice. Residents of rural and remote areas preserve an unspoiled rustic way of life, similar to their ancestors’. I live in the south-eastern part, but I don’t miss ...

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The Craft of an Authentic Master Cooper

Traditional Artisans

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditGoogle+Traditional Artisans Old Crafts – Master Cooper Wooden Barrel Making It was one of those days when we were wandering round the villages, heading north to the village of Straja, looking to spend the day with traditional artisans. There are amazing views in Bucovina, mountains with very tall trees, but there is one ...

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At the Blacksmith – Horse Shoeing

Horse Shoeing

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditGoogle+Blacksmith Horse Shoeing in Old Style Romanian Village Workshop In rural Romania, having a horse is more important than a car. A horse is necessary for different activities, such as plowing the fields, carrying stalks, wood for winter and the family. Buying a horse can cost between $1500-$2000 and even ...

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The Folk Costume from Transylvania Part 1

Romanian Folk Costume

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditGoogle+The Romanian folk costume from Transylvania features two aprons, and a peasant blouse with puffy sleeves and ruffled cuffs. Unlike the typical ie with altiță and încreț, the shoulder ornaments are missing from the peasant blouses from Transylvania. The Romanian Folk Apparel from the county of Sibiu Instead altiță, the ...

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