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Hațeg Country > Densuș
Habits:
Densuș is an area that preserves its traditions and still retains some ancient customs, unique in their own way:
- walking with piţărăii,
- Christmas carols,
- guarding the Easter at the church on the resurrection night by a gunman.

Traditional Nedei in our area: Peștenița-Small Easter.
Here is a unique habit in Hațeg Country, namely "Alergatul prescurii şi împuşcatul cocoşului" Densus - 1 Mai. We are reminded of the grip of a green birch in the gate, the custom being related to the search for Jesus by the Jews, knowing that they would find him at a gate with a green wooden rod, then all the inhabitants put the green wooden rod at the gate.

Local holidays:
    
May 1st - Nedeia from Densus; Meeting of the village sons; Arminden (catching a green birch in the gate, the habit being related to the search of Jesus by the Jews, knowing that they would find him at a gate with the green arrow, then all the inhabitants put their green light on them)
Joi Mari - In the village of Peșteana all the young people gather on the hill, make a big fire and write satirical texts that they call in the hearing of the entire village, and after the fire, they go down to the village and do various prancs to the girls.
Easter Day - Old Habits like Run of the Snow, Rooster of the Rooster, held between Peșteana and Peștenița.
Little Easter - Nedeia to Peștenița, the return of those who left the village, relatives, friends, evening music and dance
End of June - European Geoparks Week
June 24 th - The Day of the Geopar of the Dinosaurs Country of Hațeg
Monday of Pentecost - Nedeia at Peșteana
Sunday of All Saints - Nedeia at Hățăgel
Saint Parascheva - Nedeia at Poieni
Saint Dumitru - Nedeia at Ștei
December 24 th - Piţărăii, groups of children who celebrate Christmas, carols on the evening of Christmas.
 
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