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Martenitsa is a small piece of adornment, made of white and red yarn and worn from March 1 until around the end of March (or the first time an individual sees a stork, swallow, or budding tree). The name of the holiday is Baba Marta. Baba Marta is a Bulgarian tradition related to welcoming the upcoming spring. The month of March, according to Bulgarian folklore, marks the beginning of springtime.

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The first of March is a celebrated day in Bulgaria, symbolising the arrival of Spring. Bulgarians exchange coloured threads (Martenitsa) to be worn until a blossoming tree or stork is seen. The Martenitsa are then hung from the branches.

The first of March is a celebrated day in Bulgaria, symbolising the arrival of Spring. Bulgarians exchange coloured threads (Martenitsa) to be worn until a blossoming tree or stork is seen. The Martenitsa are then hung from the branches. Happy Baba Marta!

Baba Marta, the March 1 holiday. Children's craft and song.

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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.

On of March we tie on each other kind of red and white bracelets, because of the coming of the spring and for health. Unique Symbols, Love Symbols, International Craft, My Heritage, Bosnia And Herzegovina, Folklore, Wonderful Places, Marie, Culture

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martenitsa

Martenitsa (Bulgarian: мартеница /ˈmar.tɛ.ni.ʦa/, plural мартеници, martenitsi) is a small piece of adornment, made of white and red yarn and worn from March 1 until around the end of March (or the first time an individual sees a stork, swallow or budding tree). The name of the holiday is Baba Marta. "Baba" (баба) is the Bulgarian word for "grandmother" and Mart (март) is the Bulgarian word for the month of March. Baba Marta is a Bulgarian tradition related to welcoming the upcoming spring…

Today, the Bulgarians in Boston also celebrate Baba Marta! March is the day that marks the beginning of spring! The legend says that Baba Marta, or Grandmother March is a good old lady… March Month, March 1st, Baba Marta, Easy Crafts, Crafts For Kids, Beginning Of Spring, School Clubs, Diy Tassel, Spring Festival
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