Russian Holidays: Dating a Russian or Ukrainian Girl?

Russian Holidays Dating a Russian or Ukrainian Girl? Flowers are a Must! Russian women enjoy celebrating, and Russia's public holidays should be treated seriously. In our daily life, we constantly wait for the holidays. Holidays are one of those rare days we like to get up in the mornings. We usually wish to celebrate our holidays with our loved ones, especially with the person closest to our hearts. Holidays in Russia are essential to a culture that helps understand Russian women much better. Like the rest of the world, Russian women also like to celebrate holidays. Along with the traditional holidays, they also celebrate international holidays. So, if you are planning to date a Russian girl, you need to know about the holidays in Russia and how to observe them with your Russian woman. Some of the most important Russian holidays are: New Year The Russians celebrate New Year from 1st—5th January. New Year’s Day is usually a family affair with Champagne at midnight. After that, people go out for a stroll on the road and wait for Father Frost and snow maiden's presents. The kids often find their presents under the tree. Russian Orthodox Christmas According to the Julian calendar, the orthodox church of Russia celebrates Christmas on the 7th of January. The period from 7th January to 19th January is celebrated as Saints Day. It ends on…

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