Of the many festivals that are celebrated in this country some happen to be celebrated only in certain parts. However, Moldova Christmas is one event that sees its celebration begin months in advance.
In Moldova the celebration of Christmas occasion begins with a fast. In Moldova, pork is the traditional food and it is also used by the people to break their fast. The Moldavian people on this occasion eat pork in the form of sausage. In Moldova on the occasion of Christmas you can also find some special kinds of pastries. During Christmas in Moldova, you can also find a specific kind of cake comprising of many thin layers of bread which stands for the clothing of child Christ in layers of cloth, at the time of his birth.
In Moldova, Christmas is celebrated by singing carols which are mainly sung by a traveling troupe comprising of young men as well as children. This occasion also marks the preparation of special food by the people. Although the countries of the whole world officially celebrate the Christmas occasion on 25th of December as per the Western calendar but Moldova often celebrates Christmas and New Year together. Moldova Christmas is often celebrated on the sixth of January as per the Eastern Orthodox calendar.