Mărţişor is an old tradition celebrated all over Romania every year on March 1st. The name Mărţişor is the diminutive of March (Martie in Romanian).

Dragobete

Not only does the Western world celebrate love in February, but Romanians do as well. Alongside Valentine’s Day, which is celebrated in Western fashion and is gaining popularity from year to year, Romanians celebrate Dragobete (Old Romanian for love-drunk) on February 24th.

Orthodox Easter Traditions

Easter is the most significant and sacred time of the Orthodox Church calendar, and it represents the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. As more than 85 % percent of Romanians are Orthodox, one […]

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Winter Holiday Traditions in Romania

Although some customs may differ from region to region, Christmas in Romania is celebrated in the same manner
throughout the country...

Although some customs may differ from region to region, Christmas in Romania is celebrated in the same manner
throughout the country...

Although some customs may differ from region to region, Christmas in Romania is celebrated in the same manner
throughout the country. In many European countries, Christmas and the New Year were jointly celebrated on December
25th, and the custom was preserved in Romanian Principalities until the end of the 19th century....

Saint Andrew’s Day

Saint Andrew’s Day is one of the most important religious holidays in Romania, being celebrated on 30th of November. On this day people named Andrei/Andreea are celebrating their name day...

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