Traditional Romanian Easter Eggs, Transilvania, Romania- I have two of these, a romainian man I met gave them to me as a souvenir

Traditional Romanian Easter Eggs -the tradition still very alive today- The painted symbols have been transmitted from one generation to another & also appear at Tărtăria culture î.) They have also inspired great Romanian sculptor Brancusi

Romanian Rural LIfe. Much of Romania is still unspoiled and uncommercialised and all the more beautiful and wonderful for that

Oh the simplicity of the "tara" (country). Much of Romania is still unspoiled and uncommercialised and all the more beautiful and wonderful for that.

Sighisoara, Romania (by Ioana_Lungu)

Sighisoara, Romania (by Ioana_Lungu) (All things Europe)

Pitcher and mug made of a red clay and glazed in traditional Romanian folk patterns

Pitcher and mug made of a red clay and glazed in traditional Romanian folk patterns,Romania

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