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

Horezu ceramics is a unique type of Romanian pottery that is traditionally produced by hand around the town of Horezu in northern Oltenia (Vâlcea County), close to the famous Horezu Monastery. It reflects many generations of knowledge and skills in the development of the pottery, which is why the craftsmanship of Horezu pottery was inscribed on UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists in December 2012.

Horezu ceramics is a unique type of Romanian pottery that is traditionally…

Romanian Traditional Crafts | Traditional Crafts | Artist : Thespoonman handicrafts

Traditional Romanian Spoons made of Linden

Romanian Easter

Romanian Easter

Romanian Embroidery - Traditional Romanian Folk Art

Romanian Culture: A World of Its Own

Romania Culture 101 in Photos - Photo Gallery of Romanian Culture: Romanian Embroidery - Traditional Romanian Folk Art

Wooden spoons carved with traditional motifs Romanian.

Wooden spoons carved with traditional motifs Romanian

In times when traditional customs are slowly starting to fade away and to be forgotten by the younger generations, in Romania there are still communities of people that keep true to their origins. So here is a list of 15  traditional crafts and occupations that still run in the families of people in Romanian countryside.

15 traditional crafts and occupations which are still alive in Romania - True Romania

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