Spending the winter holidays in Roman...

Spending the winter holidays in Romania: local traditions

There are 3 comments on the Romania-Insider.com story from Dec 3, 2010, titled Spending the winter holidays in Romania: local traditions. In it, Romania-Insider.com reports that:

Romania is a rich country when it comes to traditions and superstitions. Modern Romanians only keep a few of them, but most of the local traditions can be discovered in the countryside, in remote areas of the country.

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“Dimitri at the races in Russia”

Since: Jan 10

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#1 Dec 4, 2010
Some say, the biggest tradition has been to worship their national hero Vlad the Dracula.
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Elgin, IL

#2 Dec 4, 2010
Others would puff the bong in Bratislava.
Pesky army wrote:
Some say, the biggest tradition has been to worship their national hero Vlad the Dracula.

“Dimitri at the races in Russia”

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#3 Dec 4, 2010
Was that you the other day ?

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