Tururi virtuale


Nr: 166-170
May-September 2018

Braşov Tourism App
Braşov Tourism App
Braşov Tourism App
Braşov Tourism App
Cerbul de Aur 2018
"Golden Stag" Festival 2018
„Der Goldene Hirsch“ 2018
Aranyszarvas 2018
„Jocul Braşoveanca”
“Braşoveanca” Folk Dance
„Der Brasoveanca-Tanz“
A Braşoveanca tánc
Piața Artei
“Piața Artei”
Der Platz der Kunst
Művészetek Tere
Transilvania Train
Transilvania Train
Transilvania Train
Transilvania Train
„Cavalerii Teutoni se întorc în Cetatea Feldioara”
„Cavalerii Teutoni se întorc în Cetatea Feldioara”
„Die Rückkehr der Kreuzritter in die Marienburg“
A teuton lovagok visszatérnek Földvárra
Invitație la Hălchiu
Invitation to visit Hălchiu
Einladung nach Heldsdorf
Meghívó Höltövénybe
Vama Buzăului, stațiune turistică
Vama Buzăului Tourist Resort
Vama Buzăului als Reisedestination
Bodzavám turisztikai település
Interes turistic, la Prejmer
Tourist Perspective
Touristen sind an Tartlau interessiert
Turisztikai érdeklődés Prázsmáron
Hărman - Muntele Mierii
Hărman - The Mount of Honey
Honigberg – der Berg des Honigs
Szászhermány – Mézhegy
Sânpetru, filă de istorie
Sânpetru, a piece of history
Aus der Geschichte von Petersberg
Szentpéter, a történelem lapjai
420.000 de turiști, in Cetatea Râșnov
420,000 tourists at Cetatea Râșnov
420.000 Touristen in der Rosenauer Bauernburg
420 000 turista Barcarozsnyó várában

“Braşoveanca” Folk Dance


The inhabitants of Braşov and tourists present in Piaţa Sfatului have witnessed an exceptional cultural event entitled ,,Ziua Jocului Braşoveanca”, dedicated to the preservation and recognition of this folk dance that originated Schei, as a symbol of Brasov. It is known that this dance has been preserved as part of the ancestral folk dances, being one of the six dances that juniors and young people used to dance in public to demonstrate that they were worthy of being integrated into the adult community. The dance has spread in Brasov, Transylvania and the Romanian Countries due to the pupils who came to study at the Romanian Gymnasium and the students who took it to the major university centers in Romania, Budapest, Vienna, Leipzig, and Berlin.

Dance performed on four continents

Over the last hundred years, Braşoveanca has become a symbol of the national cultural identity, being danced nowadays by Romanians on four continents. The historian Alexandru Stănescu told us that this dance was readily adopted and remained in the traditional culture of these lands: “This dance was born in Scheii Braşov and was preserved in the last 200 years as one of the ancestral folk dances. The juniors and young people living in Schei had to prove that were worthy of being integrated into the adult community by showing to the world six basic folk dances: Hora Junilor, Ardeleana, Breaza, Brâul, Sârba and Braşoveanca. The latter, inspired by a polka-type dance tune in Central Europe, has become a national dance, a symbol of the Romanian cultural identity, customarily danced at Romanian parties everywhere. It is easy to learn, and much admired and practiced from a very young age.”

Tourists caught in the dance

After the performance of folk songs and dances from different regions of the country, the Braşoveanca folk dance recital began in Piața Sfatului, and everyone was invited to join in this folk dance. The impression was special, and people sang and danced most enthusiastically.
The following performers also gave representations on the stage in Piața Sfatului” the Atomic Band, the “Piatra Craiului” Folk Ensemble, the Folk Ensemble in Vulcan and the “Măgura Codlei” Folk Ensemble.

Sm@rtCult Braşov

This event organized in the old centre of Brașov is part of the cultural project Sm@rtCult Braşov, financed from the budget of Primăria Braşov. The objective of the cultural project, implemented by Asociaţia Mă implic (Co-funder) between August 2 and October 11, 2018 and financed from the budget of Primăria Braşov, is the promotion of local values and symbols of national importance.

Dorin DUȘA


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