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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 …

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[31 May 2021 | No Comment | ]
In Săbăoani, Neamț County, kids carry the customs and traditions further

Children come together in a special place where they can practice handicrafts and tackle into the crafts’ mysteries, inherited from their ancestors. Children in Săbăoani weave, sew, embroider, love the folk costume and learn to create wonderful things. They represent a new generation of children that learn to carry further the wonderful customs and traditions from the places in Neamț County.
Maria Robu is the one who represents the thread between the old generation and the new one. She is both a folk craftsman and a dedicated teacher at the School …

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[20 Apr 2021 | No Comment | ]
Neamţ villages – cradles of beauty, artistic creativity and perennial values

Where eternity was born…
Organized in harmony and equilibrium, down the valleys and along the roads or clustered in flat areas, the villages in Neamţ belong to the typical area of transition between mountains and plain.
Whether you see them on the main roads or remote, among mountain peaks or hills, villages in Neamţ County reveal a special world, and remain in time the most precious gift that could be inherited. Here you encounter the source of wisdom, of majesty, of energy, where the true values are never lost, everything is more …

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[5 Mar 2021 | No Comment | ]
Neamț County – an endless wellspring of creativity in folk art and a form of visual therapy

 
Amazing diversity and artistic expressiveness
Whether we are talking about loom-made traditional fabrics, beautiful wooden sculptures, folk costumes with amazing embroidery of local motifs, or the famous folk New Year’s masks for dancers, folk craftsmen in Neamț County keep on perpetuating the traditional folk art in the most diverse artistic forms and styles.
Handmade products cover a wide variety of thematic areas: ceramics, wood and furniture, domestic industry, soft goods and traditional costumes, leather works, glazed eggs, icons and naive painting, braids, folk masks, ornaments, traditional foods, bone objects, glassware, and even …

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[23 Nov 2020 | No Comment | ]
Hangu in Neamț-”A Heaven’s place on Bistrița’s Valley”

Scattered houses upon the hills, some even hidden behind the majestic fir trees, rivers that pass through the villages from side to side, carrying with them unwritten pages from the ancient times of these places. Hangu area in Neamț County is of an astonishing beauty and it is also called ”a Heaven’s place on Bistrița’s Valley”.
Hangu commune spreads across the route from Bicaz towards Poiana Teiului along the Lake Izvoru Muntelui. Surrounded by mountains, it is also called by the locals “the Lake of Tears”, because it conceals in its …

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[24 Jul 2020 | No Comment | ]
Wooden churches of Neamţ County

In Neamţ County, a large number of old wooden churches have been preserved, the one in Văleni – Piatra Neamţ dating back from the 16th century. The beauty of the wood and the specific decoration techniques give an appearance of both monumentality and natural simplicity, of great harmony and perfection to these churches. The beautiful wooden churches in Neamţ County appear in front of the contemporary traveler as anachronistic architectural forms, teleported from the past, as a testimony of an ancient way of life and religious feeling. Anyone who enters …

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