Orthodox Christmas in Russia on the 7th of January

Merry Christmas!

Orthodox Christmas

Orthodox Christmas

Hello,Orthodox Christmas

I was drinking my cup of coffee and started to think about Russian Christmas. In Russia this is the actual Christmas. The 6th of January is Christmas Eve and the 7th is Russian Orthodox Christmas…

I get confused by all these holidays this time of the year. I just accept them and be happy that we have so many times to celebrate……

By the way Santa Clause (Ded Moroz) does not deliver presents at this Christmas :).

So one more time from Windows to Russia: Merry Christmas!

Orthodox Christmas; Peace on Earth…

Posted by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

PS: Oh – by the way here are the Russian holidays in a table…

Dec 31 – Jan 8 New Year holidays. The most popular holiday in Russia. Russians make presents to each other. Celebrate at night from December 31 up to January 1 morning. Attention! New Year holidays will last from December, 31 to January, 8. January, 9 is a working day. (?)
January 7 Russian Orthodox Christmas
January 13 Eve Russian Old New Year. Its not an official holiday, but most of Russians celebrate it.
February 23 The Motherland Defender’s Day. Former Soviet Army Day. Women make presents to men. Official holidays will last from February, 20 to February, 23. February, 24 is a working day.
March 8 International Women’s Day. Don’t forget to make a present (flowers) to women Attention! In 2011 Official holidays will last March, 6-8. March, 9 is a working day.
Easter Easter (floating date)
in 2016 – May 1
in 2017 – April 16
in 2018 – April 8
in 2019 – April 28
in 2020 – April 19
May 1, 2 Labor Day
May 9 Victory Day. Russians celebrate Victory in in World War II (1941-1945).
June 12 Russia Day or Independence Day
November 4 Day of People’s Unity

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