Discover the world of the ancient Romanian handicrafts
Romania at a glance
Symbols of a civilisation older than time itself
|Thursday, 21 August 2014
The name of this day (Romanian: “Joi”) comes from the Latin “Jovis Dies”, meaning “Jupiter’s Day”.
St. Thursday is an old woman who punishes the bad lazy people (especially women), but she is kind to the good and hardworking people. Her house is situated in the Eastern side of the Earth.
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The textiles, manufactured in the own household, have a very important role in the traditional house – they are the most important decorative elements. Placed on the walls, on the furniture, on the “culme” or at the gilder, they have various styles, characteristic for each ethnographical region.
In the ancient times, ...
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Wooden carved spoon