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Easter in Russia Made by T.Teleshenko, Student of the 8-th Form School 1 Donetsk Rostov Region Teacher : N. Kiseleva
In Russia Easter - one of the most popular holidays. According to the number marking it ahead of only New Year's and his own birthday. Now it is not so much a religious holiday, as the tradition of uniting not just people of one religion, but a nationality. However, the tradition of celebrating Easter in Russia have survived to this day, and above all this, of course, a visit to vespers service, followed by lighting of festive dishes - eggs, cakes, Easter Sunday.
Cake in Russia - this is the main holiday table decoration. It is baked in biscuit dough in different sizes, but it is high and round. The top is glazed with sugar. Now Easter bread is sold in all stores. It has its own recipe. It is believed that if the cake has a success, everything will be fine in this family.
Easter is traditionally made o f domestic cheese, sour cream, cream, butter and sugar. The letters "H. W. decorate the top of the cake. It means " Christ is risen. "
Traditional Easter cake is reflected in the architecture. In St. Petersburg there is a church, the temple building is round, and the bell tower - in the form of four- sided pyramid. This is the Holy Trinity Church, which is called the "Easter Cake and Easter. "
In Russia, Easter is also characterized by a variety of games. This is, of course, the traditional breaking of eggs (when the eggs are beating each other with sharp ends) and driving them to the hills (the second egg has to hit and move from place first). These days are popular: on the Eve of Easter adults hide small testes with surprises in a house. They can be made of paper, cardboard, plastic, wood (or simply to remind the egg shape), and children should find them in the Easter morning.