Kept in ancient times, legacy and the story of the eldest of the inhabitants of Dobrogea, traditions and customs of this area is distinguished by their originality and consistency with which they are charged.
One of the habits seen in Dobrogea is Lăzărelul. It is practiced in Samba Flowers, especially in areas populated mostly by Greek and springs. They say that Lazarus dies while forest is to bring food for animals, and while Mom and village virgin who complain of the tomb of Lazarus develops a rich tree branches. On Saturday Palm Dobrogea residents decorate their households with willow twigs.
Also in Dobrogea store and Olaria, a tradition which purifies the air and gonesc evil spirits from the village. Depending on the city, this tradition is also called the zone and Hurhumbalu. To keep this tradition urban residents lit fires on the hills of plant debris or in feed consumed by the animals in winter. It says such vegetation is a new and prosperous place.
Easter in Dobrogea practice and Caloianul, folk custom of bringing to ward off the rain and drought. To meet this usually performs a clay doll, which is buried in the field, and after a while it dezgroşată, broken into pieces and scattered on the field. This gesture symbolizes fertility, abundance crops and vegetation regeneration.
In localities Niculiţel, Luncaviţa Văcăreni, Jijila and custom milled practice called Paparuda. For this young sprinkle with water. Both young and old women in the villages have to sing and dance to summon rain, then watered.
Practiced in many areas of the country, carols is one of the habits that still kept in Dobrogea. Children go and wander in the morning before the Christmas holidays, and the rest of the day until late. In some areas, young men still gather in groups and start to wander over to relatives and friends and bring Crăiunului spirit into people’s homes through traditional songs.
In localities Niculiţel, Valea Teilor Greeks Enisala masks practiced carols – “Bear”, “weathercock”, “The Goat” – in the evening of Christmas Eve. Instead, the city milled go with “The Goat” New Year’s Eve.
On Christmas Eve in the Macin youth go with “Oleleul”, which usually gathers many young people who stick with bells into the ground, sitting in a circle or semicircle in front of the households who want to carols. It is said that by this gesture, households are protected from evil spirits.
At the same time, “Mosoiul” practice, currently only Luncaviţa, it is a custom of carol singing with masks, became emblematic.
On New Year practice drills, children going from house to house to throw grains of wheat and wish them all the best hosts in the new year. That tradition bodes well for arum.
Also in the New Year’s Day, with Sorcova children go from house to house to wish them good one one and only joy.
Epiphany on January 6 usually practiced, is to recover the lads a cross thrown into the Danube water, thus proving their passage among men.