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August 4, 2021

Palm Sunday Fair at the Peasant Museum

This year’s edition of the fair will be hosted by the Peasant Museum’s inner yards between March 25 and 28, and will include a traditional selection of Easter specific products and peasant art.

A fair under the blue sky, in the museum yard, a fair for trades people, because it is a tradition that fairs are held on Palm Sunday all over the country, right before Easter. And since it’s a spring feast, there will be many flower girls there too. Roughly 150 tradesmen will come from all around Romania, sitting scattered in the museum yard, under the freshly green trees, with their icons, traditional instruments, blankets and plates, wood sculptures, brass kettles, carpets, traditional blouses and art. It is an opportunity for dickering and bargaining, strolling and watching, for idle talk with the craftsmen. And since it’s a fair it needs music, so the organizers made sure this is also provided.

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