Orthodox Easter is a puzzling affair for people outside the Orthodox Church. It’s a string of traditions and customs that start over a month before the actual Easter holiday.
Not only that, but usually it falls on a different day than Easter in the Western Christian Churches
To make things easier for you, we’ve put together a guide to help you navigate the process and bring you to Easter Sunday safe and sound
The first most important thing about Romanian food is: Romanians eat a lot of pork. Most of the traditional dishes are variations on how to best cook pork. The second most important thing is: portion size varies from big to huge.
The history of the Romanian traditional blouse begins in ancient times (5200-3200 BC), when the Cucuteni – Trypillian culture inhabited these parts of Europe. The Cucuteni people wore an ancient version of the traditional blouse, a simple T shape, made out of linen or hemp.