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May-August 2017

Festivalul Promenadelor Brașovului
Brasov Promenades Festival
Das Festival der Kronstädter Spazierwege
Brassó Promenádjai Fesztivál
Uniunea Junilor, destinație turistică
Juni’s Union, a tourist attraction
Der Obervorstädter Reiterverband als Reiseziel
Junik Egyesülete – turisztikai célpont
Festivalul "Garofița Pietrei Craiului"
'Garofita Pietrei Craiului' Festival
Das Festival "Königsteinnelke"
A Királykői Szegfű Fesztivál
Codlea, agenda de vară
Codlea, summer agenda
Sommer-Termine in Zeiden
Feketehalmi nyár napirendjén
Cetatea Feldioara, pe harta turistică a țării
Feldioara Citadel, on the tourism map of the country
Die Marienburg als touristische Sehenswürdigkeit
Földvár az ország turisztikai térképén
Festivalul Aviatic, la Ghimbav
Air Show in Ghimbav
Flugshow in Weidenbach
Vidombáki Légiparádé
Hălchiu – Sașii se întorc acasă
Halchiu – The Transylvanian Saxons return home
Die Sachsen kommen nach Hause
Höltövény – a szászok hazatérnek
Zilele Hărmanului
Days of Harman
Honigberger Tage
Szászhermányi Napok
Mândra: "Dor de sat"
Mandra: 'Dor de sat'
Mândra: Sehnsucht nach der Heimat
Mundra: "Vágy a falu iránt!"
Festivalul Internațional "Suflet Românesc"
‘Suflet Românesc’ International Festival
Das internationale Festival "Rumänische Seele"
Román Lélek Nemzetközi Fesztivál
Festivalul de Film și Istorii Râșnov
Film and History Festival in Rasnov
Das Rosenauer historische Filmfestival
A Barcarozsnyói Történelmi Filmfesztivál
Festivalul "Rușcuța"
‘Rușcuța’ Festival
Das Festival "Adonisröschen"
A Hérics Fesztivál


'Garofita Pietrei Craiului' Festival



     

     

Reduta Cultural Centre organized, from July 7th to July 9th 2017, the 11th edition of the International Folklore Festival ‘Garofița Pietrei Craiului’, an event promoting traditions and cultural diversity, providing a unique multicultural experience to the public.
This year’s edition celebrated 11 years of cultural diversity, gathering throughout the three days, Romanian dancing groups, minorities and national communities (Hungarian, German) and international groups from Poland (Folk Dance Group ‘Poznan’), Greece (‘Silogos Thrakon Komotinis’), Serbia (‘KUD Prvi Partizan’ Group), Bosnia-Herzegovina ("Ansambl Tenelija") and Bulgaria (‘Vidin’ Group).

Itinerant festival

Ever since its first editions, the festival was designed to be an itinerant one, to promote the traditional culture of the attending countries in important areas of the county, and also our own ‘heritage’, the folklore being the best element for integration, networking between people, ethnics, regions and localities.
The first day of the festival was in Fagaras and started with a show in Republicii Square. The next day, the groups were invited to perform several dances specific to the countries they represent at Bran Castle and Prejmer Citadel. The last day was dedicated to people of Brasov, with a gala show.

Costume parade

The most important moment was the traditional costume parade and the gala show, organized in the Council Square. Besides the international groups, the gala show was also attended by Poienita and Korona Groups, from Reduta Cultural Centre.
The gala was opened with a recital of one of the greatest artists of popular music, Dinu Iancu Salajanu, accompanied by the Instrumental Group ‘Țara Silvaniei’.

Intercultural exchanges

All the people attending ‘Garofița Pietrei Craiului’ Festival received attending diplomas and gifts from the organizers. The members of the groups coming from abroad said that they have found a beautiful city, with many historical attractions and a priceless cultural potential. They were also excited that they have had the opportunity to perform in other towns as well, where they enjoyed the cultural exchanges. Each and every artist was proud to have been given the chance to attend such a major event and to represent their country and their traditional costumes.






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