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 #folk

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

Just had my first carpet beater bottom beating this weekend. Daddy M put me in sport shorts and they did no good. That carpet beater really works for adult boy bottoms!

Just had my first carpet beater bottom beating this weekend. Daddy M put me in sport shorts and they did no good. That carpet beater really works for adult boy bottoms!

Romanian Mititei (Mici) - These little yummies are THE smell encountered at any Romanian Piatsa (outdoor market). They are the closest thing you find to Romanian street food. They are very flavorful and smell incredibly good while grilling.

Romanian Mititei (Mici)

București - Hanul lui Manuc

Hanul lui Manuc Bucharest, Old Center sursă poză: autentici.

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