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Human Geo Culture Project
Transcript of Human Geo Culture Project
-Over 70 bands; Different genres Romania is in eastern Europe. Sighisoara Medieval Festival -Showcases medieval Romania
-Includes markets and music
Romanian is a romance language
Only romance language situated in Eastern Europe
Romanian comes from the Latin word "Romanus" Language Religion -Romanian Orthodox Christian
-Patriarch of Constantinople is religious leader
-Importance of the church is diminishing: Rumors of the church helping communists
-A Byzantine style can be seen on many of the churches in Romania
-Brâncoveanesque: Unique church style People Romanian Taboos -Whistling at night=Bad luck -Refusing food/drink=Person takes offense -The "rock" symbol="Your wife is cheating on you" in Romania Sports The Roles of Males and Females: Soccer is the most popular sport in Romania. -Working women are still expected to cook and clean -Men do not stay at home; they always work -Cars are rare; Having one shows high social status -The majority of the population is poor Social Classes: -Sending children to private tutoring shows wealth How to say hello in Romanian Oina is a traditional romanian sport Oina is a Traditional sport
played by Romanians -Women occupy many smaller jobs Evidence of Cultural Diffusion -Hip-hop and boy bands are found in Romania. (ex., Morandi) Sources -Pastrami was ''updated'' when Romanians came to America since beef was more avialible than other meat products such as pork -Pastrami is now made from the brisket cut -Cozonac is a cake made for Holidays like Christmas and Easter Folk Culture -6 million people have Internet "Countries and Their Cultures." Culture of Romania. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Dec. 2012.
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"Romanian People, Culture and Language." Romanian People, Culture and Language. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Dec. 2012.
"Sports in Romania: International Sports Statistics." NationMaster.com. NationMaster, n.d. Web. 12 Dec. 2012. Romanian Woman Romanian Man Wedding cuisine consists of kegs of wine and other liquor and large loaves of bread On New Years day children make colorful paper flowers to wish a happy new year "Exploring Folk Traditions." Exploring Romanian Folk Festivals and Traditions. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Dec. 2012. -Their form of Christianity is similar to the Russians