As mentioned in previous articles, on the 1st of December Romania celebrates Great Union Day — this year, the 104th. To join in the celebration, I thought I would share some interesting bits about the country’s name. The following are taken from Wikipedia and are presented under the Wikimedia commons. Happy National Day, Romania!
While browsing YouTube, I came across some videos about my native country, Romania. I think they are pretty cool and I would like to share a few of them in a blog post. I invite you to check them out and learn some cool facts about Romania. And one more, to clarify why Italy is • Read More »
On December the 1th 2020, Romania celebrates its 102nd Great Union Day. This national holiday marks the unification of Transylvania, Bessarabia and Bukovina with the Romanian Kingdom in 1918. To find out more about Great Union Day, I invite you to read last year’s article: https://lucian-hodoboc.com/happy-101th-anniversary-romania/ If you’re interested in finding out some cool facts • Read More »
A non-religious version of Valentine’s Day, Dragobete is a festive Romanian holiday, observed on the 24th of February, that is associated with love and the arrival of spring. Dragobete is an observance and not a national public holiday in Romania. According to myth, Dragobete was the son of Baba Dochia (“baba” means old lady in • Read More »