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 By Tara Lapusului. (This is pretty much my Inner (and more and… Spinning Wool, Hand Spinning, Spinning Wheels, Wool And The Gang, Visit Romania, Art Populaire, Art Du Fil, Textiles, Folk Costume

Romanian spinner. By Tara Lapusului. (This is pretty much my Inner (and more and more my Outer) Crone! ~RB)

Misty morning in Apuseni mountains by Marian Poară (Romania) www.ro… - Check out Travel Arsenal's latest Places To Travel, Places To See, Wonderful Places, Beautiful Places, Nature Photography, Travel Photography, Visit Romania, Romania Travel, Beautiful Landscapes

Misty morning in Apuseni mountains, Romania by Marian Poară / 500px

Misty morning in Apuseni mountains by Marian Poară (Romania)

Romania’s second high altitude road, Transfagarasan was appointed by Top gear’s host Jeremy Clarkson “the best road in the world”. Bulgaria, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Visit Romania, Romania Travel, Europe On A Budget, Jeremy Clarkson, Photos Voyages, Roadtrip

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Romania’s second high altitude road, Transfagarasan was appointed by Top gear’s host Jeremy Clarkson “the best road in the world”. This road will take you beyond the clouds and will offer you 90 kilometers of twists and turns between the two highest peaks in the country in the best natural landscape. by Iulian Bucatariu on 500px www.romaniasfriends.com

Rural Romania: Wolf People in Sheep's Clothing - Smit & Palarczyk [ROMANIA.MARAMURES Working on an old loom in front of her house this inhabitant of Botiza village uses wool that has been coloured by plant extracts. People Around The World, Around The Worlds, Wolf People, Bulgaria, Art Populaire, Eastern Europe, Lana, Sheep, Weaving

Rural Romania: Wolf People in Sheep's Clothing - Smit & Palarczyk

[ROMANIA.MARAMURES 23.658] ’Warm feet.’ Warmed by ‘opinchi’, shoes made after a medieval design, shepherd Ileana Petran is braiding a new woolen belt for her shoulder bag. Photo Mick Palarczyk.

different-cultures-and-justice: “ The bucium is a type of alphorn used by mountain dwellers in Romania. It was used as signaling devices in military conflicts. Today, it is mostly used by shepherds. Saint Marin, People Around The World, Around The Worlds, Ukraine, Visit Romania, Carpathian Mountains, Bucharest, Eastern Europe, Old Photos

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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