Merry Christmas in Romania celebrates with many traditions. Romania may not be the greatest eastern European country but this country has lots of traditions when it comes to celebrating Christmas. Romania is the country where vampire tales and legends are very popular.The season of Christmas starts on St. Ignatius day which is on 20th December. Romanians celebrate mid-winter during this time of the year. People of Romania celebrate the Christmas season for the rest of the year and till 7th January. Sfantul Nicolae’s day is celebrated on this festive season also on 6th January.
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Childrens out their show’s outside the door on sfantul Nicolae’s day expecting that Sfantul Nicolae’s will put presents inside their shoes before the next morning.People starts the decorations of Christmas trees on the eve of 24th December. Christmas Eve is called “Ajunul Craciunului” in Romania.Carol singing is a very popular tradition in Romania during Christmas Eve. Childrens would go outside and sing Carol’s loudly from house to house.
The children’s would normally get sweets and cakes. The cakes are the traditional cakes of Romania which is called “Cozonaci”. Childrens sometimes dance while singing Carol and they would get money from the adults for their dancing.
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Some tradition during the Christmas season has people dressing as a Goat with a multicolored mask. They would go with the childrens who are singing the Carols. This tradition is followed in some parts of Romania.Roast Gammon and pork chops are the traditional meals during the festive season. Apart from that, “Ciorba de perisoare” is another traditional vegetable soup. The soup is made with fermented bran, pork meatballs and sour vegetables.
Just like most of us have Santa claus, Romanian also has Santa Claus known as “Mos Crâciun” ( Old Man Christmas).All around there are people enjoying the Christmas with their traditional touch.