Since we were in the middle of nowhere, or like Horia pointed out: “Where you hang the map,” nobody rushed away from the wedding.  So, with everyone still around,  we had some organized and less organized fun.

First we visited the private art collection of the Pipas family, in the town of Tisa, at the border with the Ukraine, featuring the works of the Romanian artist Chirnoaga and a beautiful collection of old lace work.

We also saw the happy cemetery of Sapinta, but mostly we just laid around in the beautiful summer sun, and ended the wedding with a gathering that was highlighted by singing in several different languages.


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