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The tradition of “Martişor” at the Embassy of Romania to the Russian Federation

  On 4 March 2017, the Embassy of Romania in Moscow organized an evening dedicated to the Romanian tradition of “Martişor”, attended by over 150 quests - members of the Romanian community in Moscow together with their families and Romanian students from universities in the Russian Federation.
  On this occasion, the Romanian Ambassador in Moscow, Mr. Vasile Soare, evoked the ancient tradition of “Martişor” - part of the Romanian national heritage, highlighted the need to preserve and promote Romanian traditions and the importance of gathering the Romanian community in Russia around national cultural values. The Head of the Romanian diplomatic mission then offered “marţisoare” to all the ladies present at the event. 
  The singer Cristina Gheorghiu, a member of the ensemble “Ciocârlia”, invited by the Embassy especially for this event, gave an excellent artistic program that included songs from the Romanian and international repertoire, and the duo composed of Petre Tabac (trumpet) and Artur Haratian (guitar with seven strings) from Moscow performed several classic songs. 
  The event was held in a pleasant and friendly atmosphere and the participants had the opportunity to taste Romanian wines and specialties of our traditional cuisine.


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