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Sanziene La Corbi 2015

By |2018-06-04T19:26:02+00:00July 18th, 2015|Culture, Festivals, Nature, Photography, Traditions, Villages|

Sanziene La Corbi 2015 - #SanzieneLaCorbi2015 The Organization of #SanzieneLaCorbi2015         In May we completed the concept and began the promotion. We inspired ourselves from the experience gained in September 2014 – the wedding of the Korean couple settled in New York. We have chosen the same [...]

Bike adventures in Romania – adventure trips

By |2018-06-04T19:26:03+00:00July 18th, 2015|Culture, Mountains, Nature, Photography, Villages|

Bike adventures in Romania - adventure trips I got for the first time in Piatra Craiului five years ago. This mountain fascinated me. There is something special like from fairy tales. But more than the massif itself I was impressed by what I could see from up there – [...]

Places to visit in Romania – wonders of Romania

By |2018-06-04T19:26:03+00:00May 20th, 2015|Culture, Mountains, Music, Nature, Photography, Traditions, Villages|

A little bit of inspiration . . . 7 places to visit in Romania 7 wonders of Romania The seven wonders of Romania - this is not a top, we don't believe that someone could create a top with travel places because is always a matter of [...]

Spring – the rebirth of everything

By |2018-06-04T19:26:05+00:00February 28th, 2015|Culture, Festivals, Nature, Photography, Traditions, Villages|

Spring – the rebirth of everything Spring is my little secret, that mystic power that gives me wings The sun is gathering its strength to melt down the last snow. The nature starts to come back to life. The first snowdrops take of feebly their heads from the damp ground. It [...]

No more Valentine’s Day, just Dragobete

By |2018-06-04T19:26:05+00:00February 10th, 2015|Culture, Festivals, Music, Traditions, Villages|

No more Valentine's Day, just Dragobete Dragobete – How to celebrate love in Romanian style Dragobete is the Romanian counterpart of St. Valentine. On 24th of February in Romania love and the beginning of spring are celebrated. Dragobete is a Dacian celebration with pagan roots. Dragobete is a mythological deity [...]

Sanziene celebration or how people still believe in magical practices

By |2018-06-04T19:26:05+00:00February 9th, 2015|Culture, Festivals, Nature, Traditions, Villages|

Sanziene celebration or how people still believe in magical practices Sanziene, the magical celebration, the beginning of summer Sanziene is celebrated in Romania every year on 24th of June. Although it is associated with the Birth of Saint John the Baptist, Sanziene is a pagan celebration which origins in an [...]

Why Pure? – a project about inspiration

By |2018-06-04T19:26:08+00:00November 25th, 2014|Culture, Nature, Photography, Traditions, Villages|

For us Romania means inspiration. Here at Pure Romania we try to bring inspiration for the tourists through the experiences that we build for them on this generous land which is Romania. For the project “Why pure?” we made a selection of inspirational moments that we have lived during the [...]

Interview with the South Korean Family that had a traditional wedding in Romania

By |2018-06-04T19:26:09+00:00November 12th, 2014|Culture, Fashion, Festivals, Mountains, Music, Nature, Photography, Traditions, Villages|

Pure Romania organized a traditional wedding for a very beautiful couple from South Koreea (living in New York) in September. It was one of the best experiences of the Pure Romania team. The event took place in Corbi Village, Arges County. We brought to life some very old Romanian traditions [...]

Golden roads gilded by autumn

By |2018-06-04T19:26:10+00:00October 15th, 2014|Culture, Mountains, Nature, Photography, Traditions, Villages|

Golden roads gilded by autumn Peles, Pelisor, Bran, Rasnov, Brasov I was in a one day trip from Bucharest to Brasov this Sunday. I went to Peles, Pelisor, to Bran, to Rasnov and to Brasov. It was one of the most beautiful trips in this area this year. The reason [...]

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