This is a special MARTENITSA for Badewanne!
With this I would like to thanks her that exchange the date 1st of March with 8th of March!
Many thanks Badewanne!
Here is my photo for Weekly Photo Calendar 2009!:
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OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHHHHHH wie schön!!!!I find dear Mimi this wonderfully from you!!! Many thanks I am glad warmly about it. Lots of love von der Badewanne
Now I know a Bulgarian tradition
I am glad you liked my small virtual gift for you Badewanne!
My Best Wishes,
Another beautiful martenitsa! In our language the name is martzisor , at you is martenitsa ! The names are very similar .
Greetings from Iasi, Romania , Argenna .
Hello Argenna it`s very interesting. Please Mimi and Argenna can you tell me about the tradition!!!!???
Hello Badewanne , I tell you the story of martenitsa(Bulgarian) or martzisor(Romanian).
Martzisor is a small object off on a lanyard wove thread ,one white and one red, which appears in the tradition of Romanians and neighboring populations(Bulgarian too). Women and girls receive “martisoare” wearing during March as a sign of spring`s coming. It is offered along with flowers .
The origin of the celebration of spring and Martisor are not known exactly, but believes that it has occurred since the Roman Empire, when New Year was celebrated on the first day of spring in the month of Mars. It was not only the god of war but also of fertility and vegetation. This duality is noting in the colours of Martisor , white means peace, and red - war. New Year was celebrated on March 1 at the beginning of the century until the eighteenth century.
Archaeological research conducted in Romanian, on Schela Cladovei, have revealed the pieces of flair like Martisor, dating about 8 000 years ago. Some gravel pieces of flair were painted in white and red and were worn at the neck.
Excuse I reads it now only!!! Thank you very much!!!!
Please, please sends white and red threads also to Germany. Here it is still cold and uncomfortable. Grüße von der Badewanne!!!!
Argenna, thank you very much for your story about the Martisor in Romania! I knew about it but I did know why. Now I know it and in the future I will add it with your permission in my stories!
Badewanne, I am sorry that you have a bad time in Germany. This weekend here here in Turin luckily it was very good and sunny weather.
Till today there where the Feast of the Chocolate here in Turin and so why I went there and did some photo. Later I will put something in my page so you both can see something from this feast!
The World of Mimi - Friendship Overland
Thanks for posting this interesting shot! Greetings from Italy Roberto
Grazie a te Roberto per la tua visita e gentile commento!
Saluti da Torino,
Grazie © mimipet ho scoperto qualcosa che non conoscevo,mi ha fatto molto piacere,tramite poi wikipedia ho capito il significato di questa tradizione,ho capito anche che e' una tradizione che si festeggia anche in Romania,Evviva Panoramiociaooo a presto Anna
P.S.ho guadato le altre tue foto,pero' le guarderò con calma, ora non e' il momento ;) ,bellissime ciaooo
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