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MARTENITSA (Bulgaria)

Raport z Raju: Martenice już dawno zdjęte, a z wiosną tak różnie.

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.

Martenitsa #Spring #Bulgaria

Martenitsa #Spring #Bulgaria

(Pizho and Penda) Baba Marta: Martenitsa. - to welcome the spring. . While white as a color symbolizes purity, red is a symbol of life and passion, thus some ethnologists have proposed that, in its very origins, the custom might have reminded people of the constant cycle of life and death, the balance of good and evil, and of the sorrow and happiness in human life. my-townn-n-stuff

Pizho and Penda, Baba Marta, martenitsa: to welcome the Spring. While white symbolizes purity, red is a symbol of life, fertility and happiness.

Europe | Portrait of two girls wearing traditional clothes, Rose Festival, Kazanlak, Bulgaria #embroidery

Two girls wearing traditional clothes, Rose Festival, Kazanlak, Bulgaria

Tree decorated with amulets. Photo by Flickr user Niv Singer (CC BY-SA).

Grandma March Day, the Balkan Tradition of Exchanging Handmade Amulets

Grandma March Day, the Balkan Tradition of Exchanging Handmade Amulets · Global Voices

A gaida is a bagpipe from the Southeast Europe. Bulgarian bagpipes are known as Gaida. V

At festivals a Bulgarian girl plays the 'gaida,' a bagpipe-type instrument of southeastern Europe.

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