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ROMANIAN CHRISMAS TRADITIONS ABRAHAM ANA-MARIA SI CHIFOR DALIA ELENA CLASA A-VI-A B SCOALA GIMNAZIALA NR.11 “ST.O.IOSIF”

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1 ROMANIAN CHRISMAS TRADITIONS ABRAHAM ANA-MARIA SI CHIFOR DALIA ELENA CLASA A-VI-A B SCOALA GIMNAZIALA NR.11 “ST.O.IOSIF”

2 Christmas tree  A Christmas tree is a decorated tree, usually an evergreen conifer such as spruce, pine or fir, traditionally associated with the celebration of Christmas. An artificial Christmas tree is an object made to resemble such a tree, usually made from polyvinyl chloride.evergreenconifersprucepine firChristmasartificial Christmas treepolyvinyl chloride  The tree was traditionally decorated with edibles such as apples, nuts or other foods. In the 18th century, it began to be illuminated by candles, which with electrification could also be replaced by Christmas lights. Today, there are a wide variety of traditional ornaments, such as garland, tinsel, and candy canes. An angel or star may be placed at the top of the tree to represent the angel Gabriel or the Star of Bethlehem from the Nativity.electrificationChristmas lightstraditional ornamentsgarlandtinselcandy canesplaced at the top of the treeGabrielStar of Bethlehem Nativity  The custom of the Christmas tree developed in early modern Germany with predecessors that can be traced to the 16th and possibly the 15th century, in which "devout Christians brought decorated trees into their homes“, Christmas trees are hung in St. George's Church, Sélestat since It acquired popularity beyond Germany during the second half of the 19th century. The Christmas tree has also been known as the "Yule-tree", especially in discussions of its folkloristic origins.early modern GermanySt. George's Church, SélestatGermanyYule

3 CHRISTMAS CAROL A Christmas carol is a carol whose lyrics are on the theme of Christmas or the winter season in general, and which is traditionally sung in the period immediately surrounding the holiday. Christmas carols may be regarded as a subset of the broader category of Christmas music.carolChristmas Christmas music

4 The feast of the Nativity of Jesus Christ or Christmas, poses for the Romanian people (especially the Christian Orthodox) an occasion of great joy. After the advent, the period of Continence both fleshly and spiritual absolution to sweet food brings the many habits and a potpourri of pork meat and sweets of celebration. The pig cutting is done on the day of Ibrahim. Pork meat, for the feast of Christmas, prepare Bacon, sausages, cartaboi, drum, cabbage rolls, roast pork, soup bones. Sweets that end festive table, or are you omenii doorstep and injure that well- wishers, are: cake, pie and lipiile. All these preparations provide diversification according to the ethnographic area and shall be accompanied by specific drinks for each zone: uic ă, palinka, wines Romanian Christmas dishes

5 Christmas and the pig cutting  At Christmas, the pigs cut on Christmas eve day, Christmas day, in the first or even the second one, as it happens through some villages in the County. Tecuciu. By jud. Muscel are villages through which the pigs cut between Christmas and St. Basil, pazindu itself as the cutting day not be Monday or Friday, sama when pig breeding stock remains behind. Others,-obriciti,-villagers don't cut pigs only after St. Basil, not significant deposits of lingoare. In some villages in the County. Dolj, pigs are cut with the night, so pan ' to everything to be ready. When injunghe the pig, who cut it, like those surrounding their cross with blood, to be healthy and tomatoes over the year, and say The year-and happy new year with good health!.

6 Calendar customs and those relating to family life are a perennial component of our culture. The most common and most lavish proved to be the most connected with the great Feast of Christmas and new year's celebration. The traditional repertoire of Romanian customs and traditions include besides the actual carols-songs from the star, vicleimul, plugusor, sorcova, Val, masks (Turkish, stag, brezaia), popular theatre, dances (seahorses, caluserii)-an account of the customs, practices, superstitions, sayings, advice with origin in ancient myths or beliefs and Christian. TRADITIONS, BELIEFS, HABITS PRESENT IN WINTER HOLIDAYS

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