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New Year’s Day and Christmas in Russia

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  • 1. New Year’s Day andChristmas in RussiaВыполнила: ученица 11 «Б»класса шк.№21 г.ОзѐрскаМихалюк ТатьянаУчитель: Белоусова Е.А.
  • 2. Russian people loveholidays. They are veryhospitable. Any holidayis celebrated with lotsof food and presents.
  • 3. New Year’s DayThe first holiday ofthe year is NewYear’s Day. This isthe main holiday inour country.People buy and makepresents, discuss themenu. Most of peoplebelieve it is a familyholiday.
  • 4. History of New Year’s DayPeter the Greatordered tocelebrate NewYear on the 1st ofJanuary, todecorate housesand rooms withevergreen plantsand to makefireworks.
  • 5. The holiday begins when people put upthe New Year Tree. People decoratethe rooms with special decoration,and also the tree with sweets,oranges and glass balls.
  • 6. At ten minutes tomidnight thePresident makeshis traditionalspeech. All listento the speech,then wish eachother «HappyNew Year».
  • 7. Children alwayswait for FatherFrost to comeand give them apresent.
  • 8. ChristmasRussian Christmas is celebrated onthe 7th of January. It is a religiousholiday when people go to a churchand give each other gifts. This dayhas become the day of familyreunion and happiness.
  • 9. Merry ChristmasandHappy New Year!