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Christmas in russia
Christmas in russia
Christmas in russia
Christmas in russia
Christmas in russia
Christmas in russia
Christmas in russia
Christmas in russia
Christmas in russia
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Christmas in russia

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  • 1. Christmas In Russia By: Kylee Gousman ROI Boyd 3
  • 2. Location • The Russians are located in the Eastern Hemisphere. Most Christians belong to the Eastern Orthodox Church. My country is in Europe. It is south of the Black Sea. Christmas is very known in in Russia
  • 3. Preparing for Christmas • When they have Christmas they cook for the huge feast. They gather all there family and friends for Christmas. Every year they make or find an animal costume for Christmas. They practice dance routines and extreme stunts. They always get a huge table to eat on.
  • 4. What did we take from Russia • We took some of the most important and most popular traditions from the Russians. The most popular thing we took is Christmas trees. The started the tradition of the language and soup also. They mostly have feasts which gave us an idea of dinners and breakfast on Christmas day and eve.
  • 5. What type of Christmas music and did we borrow any songs. • They enjoy there Russian Christmas music. They have traditional Russian songs. No we did not borrow any songs from them. They listen to Christmas music on Christmas eve during the feast.
  • 6. Who brings the gifts to children • The children are always expecting gifts once they wake up. They receive gifts from Santa and sometimes parents because some parents cant afford Santa delivery/ Santa gifts.
  • 7. Food • Russians mostly eat lots of food on Christmas eve. They have a HUGE feast. They don’t eat any meat in Christmas season except on Christmas eve and Christmas day. They have plenty of Russian vodka and tea. They have lots of leftovers.
  • 8. Extra Facts • Christmas was a hard time for Russia during the soviet union times. The children's parents had no money and Russia went into debt. Dads were sent off to war and most of the children lost a loved one. At that time it was a communist government.
  • 9. Old Christmas Card

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