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[30 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]
The schedule from the Equestrian Complex “Virgil Barbuceanu” from Piatra Neamt, Neamt County

The Equestrian Complex “Virgil Barbuceanu” from Piatra Neamt, offers to all that love the equestrian sport a wide range of services and entertainment possibilities. On April 17, 2010 was the opening of the equestrian competition year and also the equestrian school. Now, tourists and those that want to list themselves for the courses of the equestrian school from Piatra Neamt are expected according to the following schedule:
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Equestrian Courses:
Tuesday: 15:00 – 17:00
Saturday: 09:00 – 14:00
Sunday: 09:00 – 14:00
Prices: kids 10 Ron/lesson (10 Ron is the equivalent of approximately 2,5 Euros)
adults 20 …

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[17 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]
The Opening of the Equestrian School from Piatra Neamt, April 2010

Saturday, on April 17 2010, starting with 10:00 hours at the Equestrian Complex “Virgil Barbuceanu” from Piatra Neamt took place a special event: the opening of the equestrian school and of the equestrian competitive year. With this occasion there was a demo contest of jumping over obstacles with the participation of horses from Piatra Neamt, Targu Neamt, Bacau and Iasi.
Those that were part of this event were from the surrounding counties: Bacau, Iasi and also from Neamt County. Their participation was meant to encourage children to sign up for the …

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[8 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]
Exhibition of Icons and Ceramics of Byzantine and Cucuteni Culture influences at the Art Gallery of “Carmen Saeculare” Cultural Centre

In April 2010, the Art Gallery of „Carmen Saeculare” Cultural Center is hosting an artistic moment organized by the students of Professor Zenaida Rotaru. They exhibited painted icons of Byzantine influence and they’ve been working on this art project from Christmas.
Also, in this exhibition we can see ceramics influenced by Cucuteni Culture that were made by children from The Folk Art School. The opening of the exhibition took placed on April 3rd, 2010. All those that were present were deeply impressed by the works of our youngest artists.
The Icons and …

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[2 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]
Easter Lights in Piatra Neamt

This week Piatra Neamt was dressed with ornaments and lights that remind us of the holyday that will come. Hundreds of small ornament-bunnies, lights and lots of colorful eggs were mounted on the streets.
Piatra Neamt is garnished with ornaments and lights. Every night the town offers a pleasant atmosphere and a good reason to get out and take a walk. The alleys from Tineretului Park are filled with lighted bunnies and huge eggs covered in small lights. All these attract locals and people from other towns to see how Piatra …

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[4 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]
Traditional Martisor Festival in Piatra Neamt, 2010

Last weekend hundreds of people visited our Martisor Festival located in the historic center of Piatra Neamt. Local artists and craftsmen from Neamt County and all of Romania gathered to present handmade objects that we call Martisor,  considered to be a symbol of Spring and good luck.
The tradition of Martisor is more than 2000 years old and we are still practicing this tradition annually on March 1. There are numerous legends about the significance of Martisor, about the red and white wires but in a simple way Martisor represents a …

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[24 Feb 2010 | No Comment | ]
Martisor Festival from Piatra Neamt

In Piatra Neamt, in the place called Curtea Domneasca (translated Royal Court) of Stefan cel Mare, between February 26 and 28, 2010 will take place the first edition of Martisor Festival where we would like to invite everyone that loves Romanian traditions. The traditional objects that we Romanians call Martisor are made by craftsmen from the entire area of Moldova and Romania. Together with the librarians from Bibliopolis and flower sellers we hope to create a complete and accurate image of what this tradition of Martisor means to us. The …