Martisor - Celebrating with live Music
Mărțișor is an old tradition celebrated all over Romania every year, on March 1st (but we're celebrating it now on March 2nd because there is live music).
The name Mărțișor is a diminutive of March (Martie in Romanian).
It is believed that the person who wears the red and white string would enjoy a prosperous and healthy year.
Not long ago, in the countryside, people used to celebrate the Martisor by hanging a red and white string at their the gate, window, cattle's horn and shed to protect against evil spirits and to invoke nature's regenerative power.
In eastern Romania ( Moldova and Bucovina), the red and white string was complemented with a small - gold or silver - coin. After wearing the coin for twelve days, the women would buy fresh cheese with it hoping that their skin would be healthy and beautiful the entire year. ( Protected content )
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