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May-June 2009

Centru UNESCO, în Cetatea Râşnov
Zilele Braşovului, ediţia a VIII-a
Brasov?s Days
Les Jours de Brasov
I Giorni di Brasov
Elena Udrea, la Braşov
Green and Cultural Tourism
Tourisme vert et culturel
Turismo verde e culturale
Festivalul medieval "Turnirul Cavalerilor"
The Knights Tournament
Le Tournoi des Chevaliers
Il Torneo dei Cavalieri
Ziua meşteşugurilor tradiţionale
The Handicrafts' Day
Le Jour des Artisanats
Noaptea Muzeelor 2009 la Braşov
Museums' Night
La Nuit des Musées
La Notte dei Musei
Festivalul primăverii, la Codlea
Spring Festival
Festival du Printemps
Festival della Primavera
Muzeul Ţării Făgăraşului "Valer Literat"
?Valer Literat? Museum
Le Musée "Valer Literat"
Il Museo "Valer Literat"
Festivalul dansului popular maghiar din Ţara Bîrsei
Folk Magyar Dance
La danse populaire Magyare
Danza popolare magiara
Festivalul Culturii Ţigăneşti
Gipsy Festivals
Festivals Gitans
Festival Zingaro
Fonduri nerambursabile pentru Cetatea Rupea
Rupea Fortress
La Forteresse Rupea
La Fortezza Rupea
Zilele Predealului 2009
Predeal?s Days
Les Jours de Predeal
I Giorni di Predeal
Părăul spiritual
Icons at Parau village
Icônes au village Parau
Icone nel villaggio Parau
"Ferestre, deschise, din suflet"
Soul's Windows
Fenêtres de l?âme
Finestre dell?anima
Ziua statului Israel
Jewish Celebration

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The Handicrafts' Day


Brasov County Council, the County Center for Conservation and Promotion of Traditional Culture and the Cultural Association Apácai Csere Janos organized on May 15-16 in Brasov the nineth edition of the Traditional Handicrafts' Day.
Throughout the event, craftsmen from different parts of the country presented traditional crafts: wood carving, tissuing objects from straw, toy manufacturing from textiles, manual weaving carpets from scraps of wool and textiles, pottering, florist and clothing decorations, ornaments from natural materials.

Skillful Artisans

In the tent reserved for "The Young Craftsmen?, children have competed in the craft of pottery under the guidance the famous craftsmen of Corund and participated at ?The most skillful little artisan? contest. Helped by adults initiators, children enrich their knowledges in various games for children, specific from the Hungarian villages and forgotten long ago by both their parents and the urban world.


The event was a mixture of traditions, customs, dances and songs. Among the participants at the Handicrafts' Day there were several Hungarian dances and songs' bands, performed by pupils of various schools from Brasov and Sacele, flute concerts, Hungarian Scouts dances from Tara Barsei and even musicals.


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