One of the most important centers of orthodox religion in Suceava, maybe together with the one of Athos (Greece) or the network of serbian monasteries.
It's in catalan. It means: You know everything about Sighisoara. Because I suppose everybody has gone there or hear about it. I would like to go to its dark side, to the city that is not up, around the fortress, to the vulgar buildings and rests of companies, to the not touristic part. And in fact I was there, but I didn't take pictures. Was I just a tourist? No one escapes to that feeling. Enjoy yourself!
An example of the days of the past present, I mean, of the days of future past.
Also called Hermannstadt, is one example of one the Siebenbürgen respected by the past (maybe one example of the opposite are Bistrita). Maybe it's the city that shows how a good location, a solid history and the respect for a minority's heritage, can do for tourism.
A gallery of pictures about Bucuresti, city of huge buildings of concrete, survivor churches with pale paintings, 900 000 cars for around 2 milion of citizens, the ghosts of the Ceaucescu bureaucracy singing shy tunes, beautiful small houses in the ambassys neighborhood, silent dogs that hang around in the night in groups of five and restaurants with luxus atmosphere for 25 ron for the hope.
Bine ati venit!
The steps were going on just like this:
1) Some people went to the garden of orthodox church.
2) They were distributed in groups: children and men.
3) The priest indicated when they had to start.
4) Children started singing some carols.
5) Men went on singing some carols.
6) Men finished singing a carol about Mos Craciun.
7) Someone dressed as Mos Craciun went out from the orthodox church building and gave presents to the children.
Here you have the pictures of the three debates of 16 december of 2009.
O zi buna from the volunteers of Covasint.
Here is our presentation to the community (09/12/09), as week gallery uploaded by us four volunteers of Covasint. The event was a success, considering many circumstances , and above all, that it was our first one.
Our Mentor presented the event, the Major of Covasint made an speech about our activity and our Coordinator said a few words as well. Then, we presented ourselves (in romanian!) and we showed a video of our countries (two general videos about Spain and Republic of Moldova, one of Valencia, another one of Andalucia and the last spanish one of Murcia).
After that, there was a meal with traditional dishes: Ensalá murciana, Tortilla de patatas (with and without onions), Salmorejo and traditional moldavian food.
Thanks for the ones that came and we wait for more people in the next event!
Sabaton Fericite from María del Mar, Juanjo, Elena and Jesús.