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April 17, 2021
ARTS & LEISURE

Traditional food fair

“Bradul lui Mos Magiun” (Santa Jam’s Christmas Tree) awaits you between Decem­ber 10 and 12, 2010, at the Romanian Peasant’s Museum. Mos Magiun collected a fine selection of dishes from throughout the country, so everyone will have a chance to taste the genuine Romanian flavours. Jerky, fine cheeses with caraway, basil or in fir-bark, sausages and other pork products, high quality Italian products, duck and goose jerky, the finest jams (even in the sugar-free version, for those keen to eat healthy sweets), honey and apiarian products, Topoloveni jam.
Address: 3, Kiseleff Road

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