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Pictures of martenitsa - Baba Marta traditional Bulgarian custom
1 March 2021

Send martenitsa to your friends!
The Martenitsa (martenica)... this magical amulet inherited by our predecessors is the first sign of the coming spring. That's why each Bulgarian wears martenitsa on the first of March, symbolizing ones faith that hereon everything will be better. People will smile because they believe they have won the benevolence of Baba Marta.
Grandmother Marta, traditional Bulgarian custom (Baba Marta). Photos (pictures) of martenitsa. Send martenica card to your friends or buy martenica from Balkanfolk shop.






Martenitsa from Bulgaria Chestita Baba Marta! - Greetings card Baba Marta Greetings - free greetings card Send Martenitsa to a friend Martenitsa Martenitsa Chestita Baba Marta - free greetings card Baba Marta Greetings Chestita Baba Marta - free greetings card

Baba Marta Greetings - free greetings card

Baba Marta Greetings - free greetings card
14.02.2011, Борис Димитров
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