The #joy of #picking #vegetables, #good, #fresh #romanian vegetables!

The #joy of #picking #vegetables, #good, #fresh #romanian vegetables!

#Romanian Mioritic #sheepdog. The biggest sweetest #friend ever!

#Romanian Mioritic #sheepdog. The biggest sweetest #friend ever!

#Romanian #Folk #Dance - The #Hora

#Romanian #Folk #Dance - The #Hora

A very nice shot of one the #famous #Maramures Gates - Maramures, #Romania. Photo #Adrian-Petrisor

A very nice shot of one the #famous #Maramures Gates - Maramures, #Romania. Photo #Adrian-Petrisor

Romanian Traditional Dance.

Romanian Traditional Dance.

Sweet bread has a long lasting tradition in Romania. We have it in most religious rites, it's there when you get married, when you have a baby, and when you do something to commemorate someone dear.

Sweet bread has a long lasting tradition in Romania. We have it in most religious rites, it's there when you get married, when you have a baby, and when you do something to commemorate someone dear.

The Mountain Guardian! :) He is a Bucovinean Shepperd, one of the toughest breeds of shepperd dogs. They are known to fight bears and wolves ro protect their flock. © Catalin Dumitrescu

The Mountain Guardian! :) He is a Bucovinean Shepperd, one of the toughest breeds of shepperd dogs. They are known to fight bears and wolves ro protect their flock. © Catalin Dumitrescu

Traditional Ceramic pottery at Horezu, Romania. These would go great with your souvenir collection.

Traditional Ceramic pottery at Horezu, Romania. These would go great with your souvenir collection.

Traditional ceramic pottery at Horezu, Romania

Traditional ceramic pottery at Horezu, Romania

Dragobete is the Romanian version of Valentine's Day. It is a very old holiday, celebrated on the  24th or 28th of February. There is a sort of ideological battle going on nowadays in Romania, to repell the commercial Valentine's Day and in exchange to enjoy the traditional and local Dragobete. (c)foto: Daniel Dani

Dragobete is the Romanian version of Valentine's Day. It is a very old holiday, celebrated on the 24th or 28th of February. There is a sort of ideological battle going on nowadays in Romania, to repell the commercial Valentine's Day and in exchange to enjoy the traditional and local Dragobete. (c)foto: Daniel Dani

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