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According to the Orthodox calendar, Christmas and New Year are two weeks later than European holidays. In other words, January 7 is the Russian Christmas; January 14 is the Russian New Year. Russian New Year is the most solemn and ethnic traditional Russian holiday of the year. The beginning of January of every year is the day when Russians carnival. New Year and Christmas gather here. The carnival day lasts for 3 weeks. In addition to spending at the table, Russians have long been accustomed to buying New Year gifts and adding joy. Ornaments, host family parties, or travel abroad. Until the Baptism Day of Jesus on January 19, people still maintained a high mood, continued to make delicious dishes, and continued to visit relatives and friends.
Happy new year. Wishing 2021 is a nice year.