The origin and age of this dance are unknown, but definitely they go back to the Middle Ages; the lyrics are passed down orally from one generation to another and the girls learn the jerky rhythm steps from their mothers at the tender age of 4 or 5, says ethnographer Petruta Pop.Proof of the age of this dance is also given by the fact that it has no instrumental accompaniment: the girls make their own melody line, Petruta Pop told AGERPRES.The wood exploitation techniques were ceaselessly improved, and after the Second World War once with the nationalization of the assets, the Romanian state has taken over the working ways and intensified the wood exploitation, determining in three localities — Viseul de Sus, Viseul de Jos and Viseul de Mijloc — the shaping up of a forest industry, furniture industry, of export implicitly, by creating thousands of jobs and another vertical industry which served the field.Starting with 1995, the tourism with the Mocanita steam train enters a new period which year by year knows visible improvements, and the area becomes a destination preferred by thousands of Romanians and foreigners who adventure even for a single day to travel with the steam train the almost 40 km, lazily crossed by the old train, witness of some long gone times.Vasile Marcu in the monograph of the Jidvei commune published several years ago.Born in 1910, he mentioned that his grandmother too used to dance this line step.
Stana Biris, a woman with an artist’s sensitivity, had to come from some remote part of the country to discover and to show this dance to the world, as it is performed, with its special distinction,” notes a son of the village, Dr.
Clienții i-au acordat un scor mai mare decât altor proprietăți din zonă.
Cuplurile apreciază în mod deosebit această locaţie.
Photo: (c) MARIUS POPESCU / AGERPRES ARCHIVE Declared a natural monument and a speleological reserve, the cave holds the world’s second largest underground glacier after the Dobsinska cave in Slovakia.
Situated at an altitude of 1,150 meters, it is famous for housing inside a glacier with an area of over 5,000 sq. and an ice layer between 26 and 37 meters thick One can say this Walking Line Dance took Capalna de Jos — a village attested as early as in 1332 and inhabited exclusively by Romanian families, out of anonymity.