Romanians are also defined by strong nationalist values. While aware of current problems faced within the country, the citizens (or at least most of them) are 'proud to be Romanian' by their own admission. They would proudly represent their own country and talk about why Romania is a good country to live in in their own opinion. Dissenting opinions regarding Romania are usually not taken lightly.
One of the most important Moroccan value is Hospitality. There is room and food for everyone. Wherever you go, whenever you go. There is no such thing as "I didn't count on your visit". Many just assume that there will be visitors.
Morocco is an Islamic country where they value unity and family a lot. Especially your mother. In Islam they say that heaven lies beneath your mother's feet.
It is unthought of to put your parents in a nursing home when they reach a certain age. Once you're old enough to take care of yourself, and your parents stop being mobile or just old(er) it is expected from you to take them in and take care of them until they are not there with you anymore.
Moroccans are very proud of their king and country. As you can see from the results of a survey, Morocco has the highest percentage of people who are willing to fight for their country.
Bowing your head while someone talks to you is a sign of respect. Usually this is done towards elders, parents or police.
Among generic values that Romanians may have, one value that stands out is being hardworking. The amount of work a Romanian citizen puts in to reach a certain goal can be remarkable. This is especially true for rural areas, as represented in this picture.
Romania is a country that has been valuing their traditions for years. While it is noticeable that these cultural values are not to a large extent part of the urban society anymore, the same is not true for the rural society. In the rural society, cultural values have remained important and have been preserved.
One of the major Romanian values is related to family itself. The family in a Romanian society and on an individual level is of great social and sentimental importance. This courtesy doesn't stop at the close family only, but to extended family and sometimes close friends as well. This is made clear at times of celebrations as every person in the family is invited and participation is greatly appreciated.
As mentioned in the previous sections of the cultural levels, Romania is strongly defined by its religious background. To this point the values are no different. It could be said that the generally accepted positive values that are promoted into the society are largely based on religious writings. Outside of those values, strictly religious values are related to rituals and are generally appreciated and approved by the community.