La otra cara de Rumanía

DRAGOBETE - The Romanian Love Day

BesoUp until this day, with all the high tech and knowledge sourses we poses, with all the information that we have acces
to, especially online, we haven't been able to discover the secret formula of universal love
still , as a superior intelligent specie as we like to consider ourselves, ignoring perhaps the possibility of being incredible naive in living after this principle, we remain week and in a cute way without defense when it comes to L-O-V-E .... and we discover ourselves, or should I say surprise ourselves when we truly BesoL-O-V-E !!!Beso
We love as we feel, with pasion, desperation, desire, sometimes becoming an addiction ... we love because we are still humans, in this info-tech- bio- era.... and we find ourselves celebrating days for love.... actually, love doesn't need them, but we do need them to remind us that Love Is Not For Granted!!
So my dear visitors, let me introduce you the special ROMANIAN LOVE DAY called DRAGOBETE, an ancient tradition, legacy from the DACIANS . It is celebrated on the 24 of February and yes, IT IS THE ROMANIAN DAY OF LOVE!!!
It is another tradition past away from generation to generation, but unfortunately, we seem to be more receptive to the foreign ones, such as Valentine's Day. It is indeed a pity that we do not have the courage to reveal to the others our believes, because we do have a history and we should be proud of it.
So, dear world, here you have it: Romanians have been celebrating love for centuries, but the media was too slow in making it a brand !!! Therefore.... remember.... do you want another special day to celebrate love? 24 of
GuiñoEnjoy life, don't forget to love and make every day a special DRAGOBETE Day!!! Beso













The Romanian Martisor :)))

The Romanian Martisor   :)))


     1st of March in Romania


     Chulo  And here we are at the beginning at the Spring! the rebirth of the nature, of the human spirit, everything is alive again under th touch of the spring sun!


     Here in Romania, we have a special tradition, Martisor, and  its origins are very old, since  the Dacians, when they celebrated the day of  March 1st.   They believed in amulets, which  protected them the hole year and  brought them luck. Since then we have the symbol of  Martisor, the combination of white and red.   Red symbolized  the Sun, the fire, the passion ,the woman, and white was the symbol of the benefits of water, clouds, winter but also man's intelligence. Brought together.....indeed it had a powerful meening..... Beso


     Today we give this amulets in modern shapes and forms but still in the two traditional colors as an apreciacion, as a celebration of spring and as a lucky gift. without it spring wouldn't be the same for us.... and especially for those who sell them..Riendo

S.O.S. !!!!!!!!!!North Pole in Romania!!!!!!!!!!

S.O.S. !!!!!!!!!!North Pole in Romania!!!!!!!!!!

  If the Spanish people think it’s cold outside, I have News for them: in Rumania is very cooooooooold,

and I mean temperatures 25 degrees under zero!!!!!!Surprised

It’s so cold, that the Black Sea has frozen!!!!!!!Surprised Now in my country is like at the North


I didn’t think I would live to see something like this!!!! the images speak for themselves

And when I think that soon I have to return friends, beware of the nature!!! and

 stay warm


Brancusi de nuevo: La columna del infinito

Brancusi de nuevo: La columna del infinito


      Un hombre que miró al infinito y intentó  conquistarlo

Brancusi...en mi blog: Pajaro en espacio

Brancusi...en mi blog: Pajaro en espacio





Para quien no conoce Rumanía, pues.... ahora porque estamos muy cerca de Navidad,  para la  tranquilidad y paz de vuestra corazónInnocent, le recomiendo Bucovina, una  región en el nordeste  de mí país, donde nací YO  Cool ,con lo más conocidos monasterios, con increibles pinturas!!

Y aquí está uno de ellos: Monsterio de Voronetsabías que es el más famoso de todos los monasterios pintados de Bucovina??? 

Conocido como ¨Capilla Sixtina de Oriente¨, fue construido en el más tiempo posible:   3 meses y 21 días (esto sí que estaban de prisa), en el año 1488 , mandado edificar por Stefan cel Mare !! que es también proclamado el santo Stefan cel Mare, por su gran actos de liderazgo y de defensa de la religión ortodoxa. 


Habeís oido de el azul de Voronet


Pues es la seña de identidad de  sus pinturas. Es increible porque no es simplemente un color, noooooo un azul obscuro tán especial Surprisedque aún no puede ser imitado del todo en actualidad!!!!!!!!Surprised

 Además, está reconocido internacionalmente tras este nombre.  Y para finalizar,  Winken el interior de la iglesia se encuentra la tumba del confesor de Stefan cel Mare, Daniil Sihastru! 

Asi que, como veís, es un buen lugar para visitar , meditar y  ....  para tomar el velo/ los hábitos  para los hartos de esta vida!!!!!!!!!Laughing