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Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

The kitchen of a traditional house. There are embroidered towels on the walls and simple woven carpets on the floor.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

Interior of the House Museum in Solca.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

Men loading a horse cart with clay.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

A potter at his wheel.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

The yard of a village flour mill.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

A carpenter at work in front of a house built with mud bricks.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

An artisan selling carpets and painted eggs.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

Religious service in the Church of St. Demetrius of Horodnicul de Sus. An old peasant wears traditional clothes to celebrate the feast of the church’s patron saint.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

Maize grains are separated from the cob to produce food for the poultry.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

Making sausages is very common in villages throughout Moldavia. The sausages, boiled or not, are smoked to last longer. They are fried, traditionally in pig fat, just before being eaten.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

Villagers carrying religious banners in a funeral procession.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

Skinning a calf. The leather, after special treatment, is used for belts, boots and harness.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

A woman selling cabbage, onions and cauliflower.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

Nuns taking care of their vegetable garden.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

Horses in Bucovina are decorated with red woollen tassels.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

Clay is quarried to make bricks for building houses. The bricks are not fired, but dried in the sun.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

Children wear traditional clothes for Christmas and New Year performances.
Traditions and Customs, Bucovina

Traditional textiles in a house museum.

Bucovina Travel Guide

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