November 25, 2017

Martisor Fair

The traditional Romanian “Martisor” feast is welcomed every spring. The Martisor fair started on Friday and will end on March 1st, at the Romanian Peasant Museum. More than 300 traditional artisans, visual artists and students are expected to display their works at the Martisor Fair. On offer this spring are traditional gifts 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.

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