An old bulgarian tradition - the Martenitsa. Each March bulgarians exchange these small decorations which symbolize the wish for good health.

An old bulgarian tradition - the Martenitsa. Each March Bulgarians exchange these small decorations which symbolize the wish for good health, luck and happiness.

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Martenitsa, traditional Bulgarian spring custom sign

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BabaMarta

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Първи март е наш традиционен празник, който не е отразен в календара като официален. Но за сметка на това всеки от нас го очаква с нетърпение и ще го отпразнува. И всеки от нас ще подари усмивка, надежда и пожелания за здраве и берекет, заедно с мартеничка – подарък за близки, приятели и колеги.…

An old bulgarian tradition - the Martenitsa. Each March Bulgarians exchange these small decorations which symbolize the wish for good health, luck and happiness.

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.

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Bulgaria: Baba Marta Comes to Bulgaria After Non-Existent Winter

Bulgaria: Baba Marta Comes to Bulgaria After Non-Existent Winter

Chestita Baba Marta! Where did teh martenitsa come from - just another study maybe, but it's interesting to read :)

Where did teh martenitsa come from - just another study maybe, but it's interesting to read :)

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