Wonders in Maramures25

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În Ţara Chioarului, una dintre vetrele etnografice ale Maramureşului, are loc, în cea de a doua zi de Paşti străvechiul ritual agrar UDĂTORIU’ din Şurdeşti.
OBICEI DE PASTI - A doua zi de Paşti, la Şurdeşti este sărbătorit cel mai harnic gospodar din localitate, primul ieşit la muncile câmpului. Sărbătoarea începe la biserică.
On the occasion of religious feasts and great fairs, each Moroşan, without exception, owns a traditional costume. Not only old people dress in traditional clothes but also “coconii” (preschool children), which explains the continued use of the costume.
Maramureş is considered one of Europe best preserved zones from the perspective of cultural anthropology and ethnography. Old traditions have remained alive due to the high mountains sheltering the long depression from all sides.
Moroşenii, as the people of Maramureş call themselves, are a hospitable people who like company and talking. The old habit of greeting everyone, originating from the times when people of the same community were few and the strangers even fewer, continues today: when two people meet they greet each other, be they acquaintances or complete strangers.

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  • Maramure s is considered by many to be the heart and soul of rural Romania. With its picturesque countryside of small villages, rolling hills, pastures, and meadows full of wildflowers, Maramure s epitomizes all that the rural lifestyle encompasses. Visitors to Maramures have a unique opportunity to step back in time and bear witness to simpler times and simpler lives. Rural and ecotourism opportunities abound throughout Maramure s .
  • Obiceiul traditional maramuresan numit Udatoriul de la Surdesti este continuatorul ritualurilor antice ale fertilitatii,ale muncii campului si ale renasterii naturii.Este organizat anual in a doua zi de Pasti.Cu acest prilej oamenii satului Surdesti din Maramures imbraca cele mai frumoase si originale costume populare,formeaza un alai de sarbatoare cu ceterasi,cu cantece,dansuri si voie buna, se duc la casa celui mai harnic gospodar din sat unde are loc ritualul gasirii unei monezi.
  • Wonders in Maramures25

    1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1410043-udatoriu6/
    2. 2. Maramures is one the best keptEuropes secrets, the place where thetime hasnt moved for decades, a placewhere the traditions, the wooden artand the human kindness are wellpreserved. On this small surface arepreserved over 100 wooden churches(8 of them listed on UNESCO list), anatural reserve also protected byUNESCOÎn Maramureş se află mai mult de osută de biserici din lemn din care optau fost cuprinse pe listele patrimoniuluimondial UNESCO. Una dintre cele opteste biserica de lemn din Şurdeşti
    3. 3. Udătoriu’ – Şurdeşti: Old agrarian ritual, celebrating the most hardworking man of thevillage (udătoriu’), whose selection is strict: he, together with other hardworking people,is observed for a long time by a jury of old men before being elected.
    4. 4. Sărbătoarea Populară Udătoriul dela Şurdeşti are loc în fiecare an în adoua zi de Paşti. Este o sărbătoarestrăveche, poate chiar din vremeadacilor liberi, închinată muncii şiredă simbolistica fertilităţii, abelşugului şi rodului bogat. Estesărbătorit cel mai harnic gospodaral satului. Îmbracaţi în frumoaselecostume tradiţionale de pe Fisculaş,sătenii participă la alaiul careîncepe de la Biserica de Lemn(monument UNESCO), străbatesatul şi ajunge la casa gospodaruluiunde are loc un moment vesel şidansuri populare şi se încheie la unpârâu unde gospodarul este udatde săteni. Urmează o serbarecâmpenească.The ancient fertility tradition ofUdatoriu from the village of Surdestiis one of the most original labourtraditions all over the world. It ishappened here in the second day ofEaster every year.
    5. 5. The wooden churches ofMaramureş usually formed acomplex with a cemetery
    6. 6. On the occasion of religiousfeasts and great fairs, eachMoroşan, without exception,owns a traditional costume. Notonly old people dress intraditional clothes but also“coconii” (preschool children),which explains the continueduse of the costume.
    7. 7. Maramureş is considered oneof Europe best preservedzones from the perspective ofcultural anthropology andethnography. Old traditionshave remained alive due tothe high mountains shelteringthe long depression from allsides.Moroşenii, as the people ofMaramureş call themselves,are a hospitable people wholike company and talking.The old habit of greetingeveryone, originating fromthe times when people of thesame community were fewand the strangers evenfewer, continues today: whentwo people meet they greeteach other, be theyacquaintances or completestrangers.
    8. 8. Text: Internet Fotografii: ♦ Sanda Foişoreanu ♦ Voica Foişoreanu Prezentare: Sanda FoişoreanuSound: Hermina Marc Iluţi - Veniţi creştini la rugăciune www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda

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