Balaur: The Romanian Dragon

Balaur: The Romanian Dragon

There are many stories about Transylvania Vampires. But how about the Romanian Dragon? Balaur in Romanian, this mythological character is usually associated with the history of European dragons. Like his siblings, the Romanian balaur is depicted as a giant reptile,...

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Dragobete Lovely Romanian Day

Dragobete Lovely Romanian Day

Love should be celebrated every day, right? And it is! Certainly, Valentine’s Day is already well-known around the globe for its love-related symbolism. However, the Romanian culture has its own love-day. On the 24th February Romanians celebrate Dragobete, the day...

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The Most Unusual Romanian Food

The Most Unusual Romanian Food

Evidently, there is no need to announce you that the winter holidays are coming. Everyone who participates in the preparation of Christmas festivities is aware there must be some special dishes and a joyous meal involved. Romania is known for a few great cold meat...

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Amusing Romanian Superstitions

Amusing Romanian Superstitions

Superstitions. Who hasn't them? You might not have been the first person to take a few steps back when you saw a black cat, just to ward off any bad luck. Superstitions are associated with positive beliefs in magic and fate. Science can prove them wrong at any moment....

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Public Holidays in Romania 2019

Public Holidays in Romania 2019

For those who are planning a visit to Romania and want to know about the 2019 public holidays in Romania, this section will list them for you in a calendar. In case you are living in Romania, but you are not yet familiar with the legal non-working days, this...

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Martisor Romania 1 of March Celebration

Martisor Romania 1 of March Celebration

Martisor Romania is a Spring celebration held on the first day of March. It is an old tradition; people still preserve all over Romania. Mărțișor [mərt͡siˈʃor] which derives from the Romanian word for March (Martie) is a kind of trinket or amulet. The little Mărțișor...

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Balaur: The Romanian Dragon

Balaur: The Romanian Dragon

There are many stories about Transylvania Vampires. But how about the Romanian Dragon? Balaur in Romanian, this mythological character is usually associated with the history of European dragons. Like his siblings, the Romanian balaur is depicted as a giant reptile,...

read more
Dragobete Lovely Romanian Day

Dragobete Lovely Romanian Day

Love should be celebrated every day, right? And it is! Certainly, Valentine’s Day is already well-known around the globe for its love-related symbolism. However, the Romanian culture has its own love-day. On the 24th February Romanians celebrate Dragobete, the day...

read more
The Most Unusual Romanian Food

The Most Unusual Romanian Food

Evidently, there is no need to announce you that the winter holidays are coming. Everyone who participates in the preparation of Christmas festivities is aware there must be some special dishes and a joyous meal involved. Romania is known for a few great cold meat...

read more
Amusing Romanian Superstitions

Amusing Romanian Superstitions

Superstitions. Who hasn't them? You might not have been the first person to take a few steps back when you saw a black cat, just to ward off any bad luck. Superstitions are associated with positive beliefs in magic and fate. Science can prove them wrong at any moment....

read more
Public Holidays in Romania 2019

Public Holidays in Romania 2019

For those who are planning a visit to Romania and want to know about the 2019 public holidays in Romania, this section will list them for you in a calendar. In case you are living in Romania, but you are not yet familiar with the legal non-working days, this...

read more
Martisor Romania 1 of March Celebration

Martisor Romania 1 of March Celebration

Martisor Romania is a Spring celebration held on the first day of March. It is an old tradition; people still preserve all over Romania. Mărțișor [mərt͡siˈʃor] which derives from the Romanian word for March (Martie) is a kind of trinket or amulet. The little Mărțișor...

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