Честита Баба Марта!

An old bulgarian tradition - the Martenitsa. Each March Bulgarians exchange these small decorations which symbolize the wish for good health, luck and happiness.

Bulgarian tradition called Baba Marta (Grandma Marta) on 1st of March people start to wear the Martenichka and on 1st of April when in Bulgaria is spring you hang it on a beautiful tree or flower.

Bulgarian tradition called Baba Marta (Grandma Marta) on of March people start to wear the Martenitsa and on of April when it's Spring in Bulgaria, you hang it on a beautiful tree or flower.

Bulgaria: Baba Marta Day

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Честита Баба Марта  to all my friends. /Happy grandmother Marta/ –  This is an old pagan tradition that remains almost unchanged today.  Bulgarians exchange and wear white and red tassels. The common belief is that by wearing the red and white colours of the martenitsa people ask Baba Marta for mercy.

As Baba Marta is a very popular Bulgarian tradition, everyone does it. One may regard it as a symbol.

Quilling stork Baba Marta ünnepre

Neli is a talented quilling artist from Bulgaria. Her unique quilling cards bring joy to people around the world.

Martenitsa

Bulgarian Martinitza to celebrate the holiday Baba Marta (Grandma March).


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