Traditional Martisor Fair

The traditional Romanian “Martisor” feast is welcomed as gleefully, every spring. Over 300 traditional artisans, visual artists and students are expected to display their works at the Martisor Fair, starting today and running until March 1, at the Romanian Peasant’s Museum. Assorted “Martisor” gifts are on offer this spring: traditional ones from Bukovina or Bistrita, surrealist or fit for the crisis, trendy, emo or catchy ones.
Gastronomic “Martisor” gifts are also on the menu: sweetbread, comfitures, zakuska, plum jam, kürtus kalács, Alexandria and Baia Mare sweetmeats, Malancrav apple juice, honey and other goodies.

For the little ones, the fair organizers also have, in store, “Martisor” plays. On Sunday, starting 12:30, at the Peasant’s Club, the Romanian Peasant’s Museum’s drama workshop children’s troupe, coordinated by Beatrice Iordan, will present the animated play “The Three-branched Oak Fairy”. The play will be accompanied by live music.

The fair is open between 10 am and 6 pm.

Venue: Romanian Peasant’s Museum; Address: 3 Kiseleff Blvd, tel. no.: 021 317 96 60
spring festival

“Dalles” Gallery announces the formal opening of the spring gift season. February 24 through March 8, Woman’s Day, the Gallery will be hosting the Spring Festival. Party games; engravings and 3 D holiday cards; interior and garden decorations; clothes and accessories; cosmetics, jewellery; sweets or CDs; books; bedroom games, March amulets and many other surprises the visiting public could choose from.
Exhibiting spaces take up one 1000 sqms. A portraitist will be on premises throughout the event. The Spring Festival is open daily 10 am through 8pm.

Address: 18, Nicolae Balcescu Blvd.,

Related posts

Today in Bucharest Traditional Japanese music and dance show

Nine O' Clock

“Le Port Roumaine. C’est Chic!”– fashion exhibition & sale

Nine O' Clock

Writer Mircea Cartarescu, on the stage of the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm

Leave a Comment