University Professor Doctor Ioana-Ruxandra Fruntelata: Easter represents, at its peak, the Romanian ‘spirit’ of celebration

Dyed eggs, fasting followed by massive meals, ceremonies at churches, bringing Light home, bunnies and gifts; these are the most common Easter customs. Nonetheless, the celebration of Our Lord’s Resurrection means much more, and Romanian folklore traditions of inestimable complexity, of outstanding value granted by their age and specificity, are…...

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