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Zvončari

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Zvončari
Country of originCroatia Sesa mu
Intangible cultural heritage statusRepresentative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity Sesa mu
Described at URLhttps://ich.unesco.org/en/RL/00243, https://ich.unesco.org/fr/RL/00243, https://ich.unesco.org/es/RL/00243 Sesa mu

Zvončari (‘abɔfo’) yɛ amandze a ɔda nsew a wokitsa mu wɔ mantɔmw a etwa Rijeka, Croatia ho ehyia no mu. Wɔdze kaa UNESCO Ananmusifo dzin a ɔfa Adasamba Amambra Egyapadze ho wɔ afe 2009 mu[1].

Amandze no fi Slavfo abosomfo tsetse ber do na ɔda ho ara yɛ ma wɔtaa yɛ wɔ mantɔw yi mu. Zvončari edwuma tsitsir nye dɛ ɔbɔbɔ awɔw ber mu ahonhom bɔn hu na oekanyan ehohur ber mu kyinhyia fofor. Wɔ Rijeka Afahyɛ no mu no, Zvončari nantsew fi ekurase kor ase kɔ ekurase do wɔ mantɔw no mu nyina, fa kwan kor no ara a edzi mfeha pii no do, na wɔyɛ dede soronko bi, a bobesa a hɔfo no dze ma wɔ kwan do no fa bi na ɔma ɔyɛ kɛse.

Nkyerɛkyerɛmu[sesa mu | sesa ekyirsɛm]

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Zvončar atar a ɔyɛ gyinapɛn no bi nye trako fitaa, atar a ɔyɛ nsensanee, na oguan nwoma a wɔtow. Wɔ hɔn nsa mu no wokitsa ‘balta’ anaa ‘bačuka’ — egyan a wɔayɛ no dɛ mbrɛ wɔpɛ, na wɔdze kɔber dɔn akɛse kor anaa ma ɔbor dɛm twa hɔn asen ho hyia. Ɔson mbrɛ wɔhyɛ ntar wɔ ekurase biara ase; dɛ nhwɛdo no, Zvončari a ofi Halubje na Grobnik [hr] (Dondolaši) hyɛ akatawia soronko a wɔayɛ no dɛ mbrɛ wɔpɛ a ogyina hɔ ma mboa tsir a ɔyɛ nwanwa, ber a Zvončari a ofi Žejane (a Istro-Romaniafo na wɔtse hɔ) na Brgud [hr] hyɛ ‘nhwiren kyɛw’. Hɔ anansesɛm kyerɛ dɛ ɔyɛ Zvončarifo na ɔmaa Tatarfo anaa Turkeyfo a wɔtow hyɛɛ hɔn do no suroe wɔ Ottomanfo nkonyimdzi no mu, a eguanhwɛfo dze akatawia guu hɔn tsir do, na dɔn a wɔdze abɔdo abɔ ho, na ɔmaa dede bi a ɔma asotsiw bae a ɔmaa atamfo no bɔɔ hu. Fitsi dɛm ber no, egyan bɛyɛɛ Zvončari anwinadze a wɔtaa dze dzi dwuma no fa[2].

Zvončarifo dze hɔn ho hyɛ amanaman ntam Rijeka Afahyɛ no mu daa.

Hwɛ iyi so[sesa mu | sesa ekyirsɛm]

Mboaedze[sesa mu | sesa ekyirsɛm]

  1. https://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/index.php?pg=00011&RL=00243
  2. https://www.theguardian.com/world/gallery/2018/jan/30/ituren-carnival-ancient-pagan-festival-in-pictures