The bucium (trâmbiţă or tulnic) is a type of alphorn used by mountain dwellers in Romania. Of Dacian origin, it was used in the principalities of Moldavia and Wallachia as signaling devices in military conflicts.      The tube is made from limetree bark, wood, or (partially) from metal. It is used by shepherds for signaling and communication in the forested mountains, as well as for guiding sheep and dogs. Trâmbiţa produces sounds altogether different from those of the alphorn. #romania…

The bucium Is A Type Of Alphorn Of Dacian Origin Used By Mountain Dwellers In Romania.

Samosir Island, Sumatra, Indonesia -- BEEN THERE

Traditional Batak tribe house, Samosir Island in the middle of lake Toba, North Sumatra, Indonesia

A craft shop in Marginea, Bukovina Region, Romania. Marginea is known for its black clay ceramics. Bukovina is a historical region in Central Europe, currently divided between Ukraine and Romania, located on the northern slopes of the central Eastern Carpathians and the adjoining plains.

Marginea is known for its black clay ceramics. Bukovina is a historical region in Central Europe, Ukraine, located on the northern slopes of the central Eastern Carpathians and the adjoining plains.

Moldavia Romania 1920, www.romaniasfriends.com

Old Romania – Adolph Chevallier photography

Making wool clothing in Vrancea, Romania, photo Emanuel Tanjala

Making Wool Clothing In Vrancea Romania Photograph by Emanuel Tanjala

CONSTANTIN MATASĂ - DESPRE VIAŢA DE ALTĂDATĂ ÎN ŢINUTUL NEAMŢULUI(1)

CONSTANTIN MATASĂ - DESPRE VIAŢA DE ALTĂDATĂ ÎN ŢINUTUL NEAMŢULUI(1)

Photographs of Romanian life in the 20th by Costică Acsinte. A woman shows off her elaborate traditional dress, 1930s.

A woman in traditional dress poses for a portrait found photo print street ethnic boho peasant embroidered blouse skirt vintage fashion

Voinesti,-case-taranesti - case traditionale romanesti

Voinesti,-case-taranesti - case traditionale romanesti

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