The finest festivals in Russia showcase the beautiful culture, faith, and background of Russia, along with a lively combination of entertainment, movie, stage, cuisine, and snowy festivals. Modern Russian celebrations commemorate religious holidays such as Easter and Thanksgiving, as well as political and historical activities. Splashed with summer music gatherings and wine, movie and stage activities snow and ice festival. Below is a fun blend of several of Russia’s biggest festivals and festivities.
In comparison to other religious honouring, Christmas was banned in Russia during the Uprising of 1917 and was only publicly celebrated again in 1992. The Russian Orthodox Church – and almost all Russians – will enjoy Christmas (the arrival of Jesus) on 7 Jan. a fIt is primarily a spiritual event when societies assemble to visit church activities on Christmas Eve (6 January) and later go homes to a traditional ‘holy feast’ which involves a food called Kutia, a porridge with raisins.… Read More