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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.

The world's largest Easter egg can be found in the Romanian city of Suceava. This fiberglass egg is over 7 meters tall.

Photos of Easter in Romania

Black, Red, and Yellow Romanian Easter Eggs - Traditional Romanian Eggs

This is an extremely old ritual practiced now only in a few villages in which they used special masks and dances to assure fertility and good will.

This is an extremely old ritual practiced now only in a few villages in which they used special masks and dances to assure fertility and good will.

Romanian costume

Looks more Hebraic then Roman. Ensemble Date: fourth quarter century Culture: Romanian Medium: cotton, wool, metal, wool

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