From Friday, April 6, until Sunday, April 8, 2012, craftsmen from all areas of the country come, that every year, to celebrate the Flowers at The Romanian Peasant Museum.
Pottery, blacksmiths, carpenters, bakers, confectioners, leathermen, relatives, icons, but also weavers, braids, braids bring to the Flower Fair from MTR: eggs, icons, wooden objects, ceramics, fabrics, toys, musical instruments, ornaments, painted furniture.
Outside the mouth you can taste: apple juice, Teleorman confetti, sweet Harghita cake, kürtös kalács, halvita, bee honey, herbal teas, palinca and wine, fast food at the Peasant's Club.
What happens through the Fair?
- egg demonstration;
- workshop with Razvan Supuran;
- design workshop for children aged 5-10 years, made by IKEDOO Institute;
- music throughout the fair - instrumental craftsmen will offer micro-recitals at tunes, whistles, ocarina, chimp and horse;
- animation theater for children - Saturday, April 7, 12 noon, at the Peasant Club, the theater group "Troops" of the MTR will present the play Pataniile lui Pacala.
The Flower Fair is open from Friday, April 6, until Sunday, April 8, between 10:00 and 18:00, at the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant.
- 6 lei for adults
- 3 lei for students, students, pensioners
Celebration of Flowers
"On the Sunday of Flowers, people are allowed to eat fish. They go to church carrying flowers and they come back with willow hints. They reach the children, the cattle in the house and put the icon on it: every year it gets all kinds of uses. now weeds are boiled which will be used to paint the eggs, as is the time for Flowers, so will Easter. There are places where people do not wash their heads this day, for fear of not whitening (like) the trees. In other parts, it washes on the head just this day, but with water in which they boiled basil and yarn from the coffins of a praphor that was brought to a large face burial. cause it to shine with health, water must be shed at the root of a hair ". (Guide for Romanian Holidays, by Irina Nicolau)
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