Romanians set two world records in one day in Năsăud

Romania’s Bistrita-Nasaud county has set two world records on Sunday, May 14, namely one for the largest gathering of people wearing traditional Romanian costumes at the same time, and another one for the largest Romanian folk dance, says Romania-Insider.com.

A total of 9,643 people dressed in national costumes to set the new record, and 9,506 people participated in the dance. Both records were officially accredited by the Guinness World Record, Emil Radu Moldovan, president of the Bistrita-Nasaud County Council, announced on his Facebook page, according to TransylvaniaToday.ro.

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