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RUSSIAN CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS

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Laia Darne

on 26 January 2014

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Transcript of RUSSIAN CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS

Russian Santa Claus
Christmas in Russia
RUSSIAN CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS
Very powerful religious meaning
Christmas day: January,7th
New year-> more important than Christmas
Symbol of New Year and Christmas->trees
Christmas tree in Moscow's Red Square
Gift-bringer:
Babushka & Ded Moroz//Father Frost
Accompanied by Snegurochka//Snow Maiden
He carries a "staff" and wears "valenki"
Carried across Russia in a "troika"
The Russian troika is a sledge driven by three horses
By Lucia Castillo
& Laia Darné

Christmas meal
Typical dishes:
Sbiten->traditional drink
Pryaniki->sweet gingerbread cake
Sharlotka->Apple cake
Kutia->porridge
Christmas gifts from Russia
2 typical gifts:
Russian Nesting Dolls
Russian hats
Traditional Russian Table
Russian Traditions
Most important christmas events:
Nativity Fast
Christmas Eve->Sochelnik
Twelve days of Christmas->Christmastide
Epiphany->January 19
The epiphany's ritual.
Christmastide
meal
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