And although tea is not our national drink, its all love, but to use steel for so long that it has become a part of our culture. Suffice it to recall any classic work of literature is the mention of the tea party can be found almost everywhere. And since our country is extremely original, tea ceremony and table decor for tea . always distinguished we have a special originality and uniqueness of design. Let us remember again about our tea traditions, and also about the nuances of table setting for tea.
There are on the planet where tea is a special relationship – that the countries of Central Asia. We will not be divided into separate States each have their own characteristics the use of this drink. We’ll talk about the General features of the tea ceremony and the tea in this Oriental decor, however, so near to us in spirit, the area of the Eurasian continent.
Table decoration for tea. Russia
Probably, many, at the mention of tea party in Russia still remember the picture from reading books on literature: a few extra pounds the landowner is sitting at a richly laid table. near the samovar, and with obvious pleasure drinking tea from the saucer. Continue reading
Gradually the feast of Saint Valentine acquired their rites and traditions, some of them have survived to our time. And in each country they are different.
In all countries this day was very popular to arrange a wedding and get married.
Some argue that in this day a woman may come to her sweet man and politely ask him to marry her. If he is not ready for such a drastic step, we must thank for the honor and give the woman a silk dress and a silk cord strung with a heart.
In some countries, unmarried women give my beloved clothes. If the girl accepted the gift, so she agrees to marry this man.
There is a belief on which the first man he met a girl on February 14, needs to be her Valentine, regardless of his wishes.
Some people believed that if on Valentines day a girl saw a Robin, she would marry a sailor if she saw a Sparrow, she would marry a poor man and be happy with him, if the goldfinch — a millionaire.
In medieval England there was a widespread custom to choose a “Valentine”. Several young people gathered together and wrote on pieces of parchment the names of the girls, put them in a hat and drew lots. The girl, whose name fell to the young man, for the whole year became his “Valentina” but he “Valentine”. “Valentine” resigned to his girlfriend’s sonnets, Continue reading