The tradition Enyovden in the Burgas museum Friday, 22 Jun 2018 - Ethnographical MuseumRegional historical museum of Burgas invites everyone who believes in the magic of the sun and the enchanting herbs to come to the yard of the Ethnographic Exposition (69 Slavyanska Street) on Enyovden (24 June, Sunday) at 11:00 and see the little Enyo's bride then go through the Enyo's wreath for health and happiness.
On Enyovden the stars descend to the ground and baths in the herbs, the sun also gives them healing power. Then the girls split a wreath of 101 herbs through which people venture for health and to prevent any evil.
Enyovden is a traditional custom celebrated on June 24, the day of the summer solstice, which coincides with the Christian holiday of St. John the Baptist. This is the longest day of the year, so it is also associated with the cult of the sun. On Enyovden old and young are rolling in dew, bathing in rivers and springs, believing that before the sun has been bathed there.