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Christmas crib in Volhynia on January 7. Among all the
Christmas holidays celebrated in the folk tradition, perhaps, with the
largest magnitude. Although the Orthodox Church on the significance
quickly puts Christmas in second place, more than honoring Christ's
resurrection, but the Ukrainian people enjoying fun and sincere and it
is most severe in winter.
Easter - the biggest Christian holiday. This day is the
day of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ and has another name - the
Whit Sunday (Pentecost) (Greek Pentekoste), one of the
greatest Christian holiday that is celebrated on the 50 th day of
Passover to commemorate the descent of the Holy Spirit and dedicated to
the glorification of the Holy Trinity. The Orthodox Church -
dvunadesyate great holiday. In the West, not the feast of Pentecost is
called the Trinity, though closely associated with its veneration. In
the XIV century. Holy Trinity in the Catholic Church was named Sunday
January 1. Official and popular holiday early next year,
the first day of the year. One of the most loved people holidays.
Revered and at the state level (presumably through its political and
ideological neutrality). One of the main festivals not only Ukrainian,
but also many other nations. Although not endowed with significant
experience in building socialism, the country of European
culture-especially at times not even notice the limit of two years,
actively preparing for Christmas or leaving after that.
March 8. March 8 - International Women's Day. It was
established in 1910 at the Second International Conference of Socialist
Clara Zetkin the proposal as a day of Labour women in the struggle for
equality with men.
Agree, some slightly discordant mix of holiday titles
from the Ukrainian flag icon in the menu of this page. He more fitting
red flag. Although largely suited him at the same color is also the last
time. Well, but let's be objective and just try to remember facts.
Festival set to celebrate the victory over Nazi Germany in World War II 1941-45 biennium holiday in Ukraine and some CIS states.
It is noted pursuant to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (№
2143-XII, from 20.2 in 1992) as a nation-wide public holiday. It is
considered a festive day off (Article 73 of the Labor Code of Ukraine).