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The romanian peasant and agriculture
Sources – Peasants under Siege: The Collectivization of Romanian Agriculture, 1949-1962 – The Great Rumanian Peasant Revolt of 1907: Origins of a Modern Jacquerie – Traditional Ro…
The Wooden Churches of Maramures
The building of wooden churches began in the 16th century when the Catholic Austro-Hungarian authorities prohibited the construction of Orthodox stone churches in the area. Initially, there were over 300 wooden churches built in the region, but today only around 100 are left standing.
Beautiful people | Pure Romania
The most beautiful part of Romania is represented by its beautiful people. The hospitality and the beauty of the girls which are living here are well known.
28 Delicate Beautiful Wooden Kitchen Utensils | Homesthetics - Inspiring ideas for your home.
Wood is one of the most appreciated and used materials in the world, with an ancestry dating back 400 million years ago. Its intricate, complex texture, roughness, variety of hues, tones and species define and create a magical material able to be shaped and shape our lives at the same time. In the kitchen wood […]
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Romanian traditional costumes Part 1 Port national
For part 2 click here ~ costume traditionale romanesti, port popular romanesc ~ . Coming from self-sufficient communities, Romanians made their own clothing: the main clothing pieces were handmade …
This Photographer Traveled To 37 Countries To Prove That Female Beauty Is Everywhere
The photo project "Atlas of Beauty" took photographer Mihaela Noroc to 37 countries, where she saw endless versions of beauty over 15 months.