Tururi virtuale


Nr: 129-131
April-June 2015

Pașaport brașovean, de Ziua Europei
Passport issued in Brasov on Europe Day
Zum Europa-Tag der Kronstädter Reisepass
Brassói útlevél Európa napján
Brașov Walks
Brasov Walks
Braşov Walks
Brassó Walks
"Festivalul de dans ROMANA"
"ROMANA Dancing Festival"
"Das Tanzfestival Romana"
ROMANA táncfesztivál
Sașii din Transilvania
Transylvanian Saxons
Die Siebenbürger Sachsen
Erdélyi szászok
Ziua Meșteșugurilor Maghiare
The Hungarian Craft Day
Der Tag der ungarischen Handwerker
A magyar népművészet napja
Ziua Ierusalimului
Jerusalem Day
Der Tag Jerusalems
Jeruzsálem napja
Cristian, povestea unei localități
Cristian, the story of a locality
Neustadts Geschichte
Keresztényfalva, egy település története
Hărman: 1500 de orgi, restaurate
Harman: 1500 reconditioned pipe organs
Honigberg: Orgelrestaurierung
Szászhermány: 1500 felújított orgona
Cocoșul arțăgos din Sânpetru
The grouchy rooster from Sanpetru
Der streitsüchtige Hahn von Petersberg
A szentpéteri mérges kakas
Iriși, narcise și legende
Irises, daffodils(narcissus) and legends
Schwertlilien, Narzissen und Sagen
Nőszirmok, nárciszok és legendák
Teliu: Festivalul "Vatra Satului"
"Vatra Satului" Festival in Teliu
Teliu: Das Festival "Das Heim des Dorfes"
Keresztvár: A faluközpont fesztivál
Doripesco, la TUTTO FOOD - Milano
Doripesco, at TUTTO FOOD - Milan
Doripesco bei der Mailänder Tutto-Food-Messe
Doripesco, a milánói TUTTO FOOD-on

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The Hungarian Craft Day


Brasov, an important communication node and a well-known trading point where traders from all over the country and abroad came, still preserves traditions from its former specificity, by organizing the Day of Traditional Crafts of the Hungarian Community in Romania. The event was organised by the Apaczai Csere Janos Cultural Association and the Traditional Culture Service within the Reduta Cultural Centre, and got to its 15th edition.

Hungarian Youth

Events theme: "The contribution of the Hungarian youth from Tara Barsei to the Traditional Culture". The official opening took place at the "Casa Sperantei" Reformed Centre ? the Reformed Church from Brasov, where an artistic program, aimed at promoting the Hungarian traditional culture, was performed. Folk dance and music groups, folk and pop music bands, as well as dance sport groups from Brasov County participated to the show. The surprise of the day was the winner of X Factor contest from Hungary.

Traditional crafts

During the day, the craftsmen invited from different regions of the country presented traditional crafts: carvers in wood, plaiting products using straw, corn leaves and wool, manufacture of textile toys, hand-woven carpets from textile and wool scraps, pottery, flower arrangements, interior fabrics and traditional clothing, clothing decorations, accessories made with natural materials.

Passing on the torch

"Each year we organise this event with the representatives of the Hungarian community. This year, in order to pass on the torch to the young generation, children eager of learning about the old customs were asked to participate in this event. In this context, the children organised, while being helped by a grown-up trainer, different traditional games that used to be played at the countryside, games that have been forgotten by the townspeople. The children were very excited, entirely involved and wore proudly the Hungarian traditional clothing", said Mr. Adrian Valusescu, the Chairman of the County Centre for the Preservation and Promotion of Traditional Culture of Brasov.


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