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[29 Dec 2021 | No Comment | ]
Traditions and customs at the Christmas Market in Neamț

Learned by doing over centuries and often connected to faith, customs, which deeply penetrated the collective consciousness, are still observed today in Neamţ villages. Customs have been strongly preserved owing to their value that stood the test of time, and have been accepted by the entire community.
Children or young people that go caroling singing, the Star songs and the theater on religious themes are part of the performances that take place at the Christmas Market in Neamț. The New Year is greeted with Plugușorul, the ox, the bells and even the plough pulled …

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[23 Dec 2021 | No Comment | ]
THE STORY OF SANTA CLAUS

THE STORY OF SANTA CLAUS
Once upon a time there was a very generous old man, who loved to wander around the world and to give gifts. He had an enchanted small flock of flying reindeer. And there were Christmas presents, elves and fairies. And they all lived in a small village, which originally existed in Lapland-Finland.
Then Santa thought he needed a milder climate. So he decided to move to a new residence in Romania, in Moldavia, in the commune of Negrești, in Neamț County.
He seriously documented himself about the geography of the place. It is …

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[23 Dec 2021 | No Comment | ]
Christmas Customs and Traditions

Christmas customs and traditions
 
Christmas is the first holiday during the New Year’s holiday season. In Romania, Christmas is celebrated according to the new calendar on December 25, and according to the old one, on January 7. 
There is no family in the countryside who does not prepare for Christmas.
During the Christmas holidays, the most beautiful custom of all is caroling. Carols are the songs with which children, young people or even adults greet the coming of Christ on Earth.        
The origin of the word carol is found in the Latin calendae. The name was given by the Romans to the pagan New Year holidays. At that time, the children of the Romans walked …

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[7 Oct 2021 | No Comment | ]
”MADE IN NEAMȚ”, the 1st Edition of a successful event

”Be Local, Buy Local!” stands for a local healthy economy
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The first edition of the fair ”MADE IN NEAMȚ” was organized between the 1st and 3rd of October 2021. The fair was a good occasion to celebrate autumn, promote local products and bring together producers from all around Neamț County. Not only was it well received, but it even raised the public’s admiration.
Not only the locals, but also the tourists that were in the area or who especially came from the nearby counties enjoyed the tastiest dishes from the Neamț …

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[27 Jul 2021 | No Comment | ]
A unique experience at the tourist sheepfolds in Neamț

Farcașa Commune is the area where you can find most of the tourist sheepfolds in Neamț County
A weekend spent at a tourist sheepfold in Neamț will take you right in the middle of nature, where the wonderful landscapes and traditional dishes continuously delight you, where you can breathe the fresh air and have the opportunity to enjoy the beauty and freedom of the country life, in places where customs are well kept alive.
Situated at the foot of Bistriţa Mountains, in a meadow in Stejaru village, in the valley of …

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[22 Jun 2021 | No Comment | ]
Sabasa village, a fairytale place in Neamț

Neamț County has many areas that instantly delight the eyes and melt the hearts of visitors! Sabasa is one of those picturesque villages in Borca commune and, even though it is less known to the tourists, it has heavenly landscapes, hardworking people and places full of history, customs and traditions.
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Borca commune remained in the literature pages written by many famous writers, such as: Dimitrie Cantemir, Alexandru Vlahuță, Gala Galaction, Calistat Hogas, Mihail Sadoveanu. If you arrive here, you should definitely follow the footsteps of the main character of Mihail …