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Traditions in slovakia   michaela nemcová
Traditions in slovakia   michaela nemcová
Traditions in slovakia   michaela nemcová
Traditions in slovakia   michaela nemcová
Traditions in slovakia   michaela nemcová
Traditions in slovakia   michaela nemcová
Traditions in slovakia   michaela nemcová
Traditions in slovakia   michaela nemcová
Traditions in slovakia   michaela nemcová
Traditions in slovakia   michaela nemcová
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Traditions in slovakia michaela nemcová

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  • 1. We go to the church, decorate homes and we buy presents for the family and friends. We usually eat cabbage soup, a carp with potato salat, waffles, honey, garlic and an apple. After dinner the family talk, sing, eat cakes and unwrap presents.
  • 2. People decorate homes with everything reminding spring. On Easter Monday boys whip and souse girls. Then girls give them painted eggs, chocolate or money.
  • 3. The Slovak Christians start 40-day lent. They stop all balls and they „bury“ a bass instrument.
  • 4. It is a ceremony for the completion of the harvest. Then there is a banquet with music and dancing. People make merry with family and friends.
  • 5. It's in the late of September. When the grape vintage is finished we have a vintage festival. In our country we have many roundabouts, refreshment stands and many people are in the town.
  • 6. Each of Slovak regions has its own folk costume. Each costume has embroideries, which are symbolic for the region.
  • 7. Our typical musical instruments are a violin, a whistle, an acordeon and „fujara“. Fujara is a musical instrument similar to the flute.
  • 8. SLOVAK MEALS Potato pancakes: It is made from potatoes, flour and eggs. It can also be stuffed with meat. Mushroom soup: may also be creamy or not. Sheep cheese gnocchi : It is very filling meal. It is made from potatoes, flour and sheep cheese.
  • 9. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION Michaela Nemcová ZŠ Fándlyho 11 Pezinok, SLOVAKIA

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