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1 ROMANIA – Beetwen local traditions and Europe modernity

2 Romania –the border of the East Europe

3 Drawing eggs There are 3 types of motifs: phytomorfic motifs (the leaf, the flower, the trefoil, the bracken, the fir etc); zoomorphic motifs (the fish, the snail, the sheep, the pigeon); religion motifs (the cross, Christ's Resurrection). There are 3 types of motifs: phytomorfic motifs (the leaf, the flower, the trefoil, the bracken, the fir etc); zoomorphic motifs (the fish, the snail, the sheep, the pigeon); religion motifs (the cross, Christ's Resurrection).

4 Drawing eggs

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7 Encrusted eggs with beads

8 HOREZU CERAMICS The loam's modelling is a very old tradition in Romania. In our days, the most famouse Romanian potter's craft is situated in Horezu region, on the border of Olt river. The loam's modelling is a very old tradition in Romania. In our days, the most famouse Romanian potter's craft is situated in Horezu region, on the border of Olt river.

9 Different types of dishes

10 HOREZU COCK The most used colors in Horezu ceramics are brown, red- orange, green and blue. The most used colors in Horezu ceramics are brown, red- orange, green and blue. The motifs are diversified: the scroll, the star, the cock, concentric circles etc. The motifs are diversified: the scroll, the star, the cock, concentric circles etc.

11 HOREZU CERAMICS

12 CUCUTENI CERAMICS Cucuteni is a small locality in the Iaşi Department. The archaeologists discovered here Neolithic vestiges from the – before Jesus Christ. The Cucuteni culture stands on a very good quality of its ceramics, unique in Europe. Cucuteni is a small locality in the Iaşi Department. The archaeologists discovered here Neolithic vestiges from the – before Jesus Christ. The Cucuteni culture stands on a very good quality of its ceramics, unique in Europe.

13 CUCUTENI CERAMICS

14 CERAMICS FROM MARGINEA

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16 THE JOLLY CEMETERY OF SĂPÂNŢA

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19 THE JOLLY CEMETERY OF SĂPÂNŢA - DETAILS

20 SĂPÂNŢA MONASTERY FROM PERI The highest wood church in the world is the Romanian church of Michael The Archangel. With its 78 meters high, it is higher than the Liberty Statue of New York. The highest wood church in the world is the Romanian church of Michael The Archangel. With its 78 meters high, it is higher than the Liberty Statue of New York.

21 THE GIRLS MARKET ON THE BOAST MOUNTAIN Every year, the local authorities organize, on 20-th of July, the most important Romanian folklore festivity open air - The Girls Market. In the past, it was an important moment for the single girls in their tentative to find an husband. Every year, the local authorities organize, on 20-th of July, the most important Romanian folklore festivity open air - The Girls Market. In the past, it was an important moment for the single girls in their tentative to find an husband.

22 THE GIRLS MARKET

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24 THE SPECIAL WOOD GATES FROM MARAMUREŞ

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26 The muddy volcanos from BUZĂU

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28 THE TRANSFĂGĂRĂŞAN WAY

29 PELEŞ, THE ROYAL CASTLE OF SINAIA

30 BRAN CASTLE

31 HUNIAZI CASTLE

32 HYDROELECTRIC GENERATING STATION PORŢILE DE FIER

33 THE BARRAGE OF VIDRARU

34 THE DANUBE–BLACK SEA CHANNEL

35 THE FLOODGATES


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