Traditional Romanian Easter Eggs, Transilvania, Romania- I have two of these, a romainian man I met gave them to me as a souvenir

Traditional Romanian Easter Eggs -the tradition still very alive today- The painted symbols have been transmitted from one generation to another & also appear at Tărtăria culture î.) They have also inspired great Romanian sculptor Brancusi

Traditional Romanian Folk Costume from Southern Romania, an area called Muscel, county of Arges.

Traditional Romanian Folk Costume from Southern Romania, Muscel, county of Arges.

Traditional hand painted Easter eggs from Bucovina, Romania.

A tradition is to paint boiled eggs for the Easter meal, everyone grabs an egg and tries to break the others with it, before the actual hit each person confirms the rebirth of Jesus Christ.

My sister makes these, so beautiful!

These are examples of Romanian Easter eggs. Both linear batik (similar to Ukrainian pysanky) and encaustic (colored wax left on an egg) techniques are used.

Traditional Romanian handcrafted pottery plates and jugs exposed at a pottery fair from Sibiu

Traditional Romanian handcrafted pottery plates and jugs exposed at a pottery fair from Sibiu. Similar to Hungarian pottery.

Man in Typical Calusar Folk Costume-Arges Region-Romania

Man in Typical Calusar Folk Costume Arges Region Romania Dancer Vintage Postcard

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