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/ Main / News / Odessa special school met the spring festival together with diplomats


Placed: 12.03.2018 10:09:56

Odessa special school met the spring festival together with diplomats

In Odessa Specialized School No. 75 celebrated the meeting of spring by Romanian traditions. Photos

On March 6, 2018 in Odessa Specialized School No. 75 was held an event, timed to the traditional spring holiday - Martisor. The spring holiday in the school was organized jointly with the General Consulate of Romania in Odessa.

The celebration was attended by the first persons and representatives of the diplomatic corps accredited in Odessa, as well as director of the department of international relations of Odessa City Council.


The guests of the holiday got acquainted with the exhibition of works by pupils of the school and visited the show performed by the school experimental theater.

The Consul General of Romania in Odessa, the dean of the diplomatic corps accredited in Odessa, Mr. Emil Rapcha thanked the staff of the school and for many years of cooperation, having handed over to the school director L.V. Grigorieva a diploma for the development of Ukrainian-Romanian relations.


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Martisor is a traditional celebration of the spring meeting, which is celebrated on March 1 in Bulgaria, Romania and Moldova. On this day, people give each other meercisors (red and white thread buttonholes) that are worn on clothes for all the March. On the last day of March the meercisors are removed and hung on flowering fruit trees (it is believed that thanks to this tradition people will be accompanied by success throughout the year, and if you make a wish, hanging meercisor on a tree, it necessarily will come true).
In 2017, the tradition of celebration Martisor was included in UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity entitled "Cultural practices associated with the day of March 1". The UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage voted on December 6, 2017 for introduction of "Cultural practices associated with the day of March 1 (Martisor) in UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The meeting was held in Jeju (Republic of Korea), from 4 to 9 of December 2017.

 

 

 

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