Why is Kulebyaka Pie Considered a Special Thing on Russian Christmas Day?

Russians generally arrange a genuine banquet for Christmas and New Year. A visitor who visits his Russian friends will never return home hungry. There will be salt fish, meats, and various plates of mixed greens. Also, certainly, there will be popular Russian pirogi: rasstegays with rice and egg, vatrushkas with curds, and pirozhki with potato. […]

6 Interesting Facts of Snegurochka As Traditions of Russian Christmas

Christmas celebration… Of course, you are all familiar with this celebration, right? Every country has its own tradition to celebrate Christmas. Starting from how the celebration will be celebrated to anything that must be prepared when celebrating Christmas. Usually there are several countries that have their own characteristics in celebrating. Then is it like that […]

7 Surprising Facts About Ded Moroz, The Soviet Santa Claus

Ded Moroz which mean Grand Father Frost or Father Frost in English is known as Russian’s Santa Claus. Which actually appear so difference with a common Santa Clause we always see. Just like many countries In the world with their own version of Santa Claus. Russia and many other Slavic countries, particularly in Eastern Europe, […]

The History of Christmas in Russia

Christmas, also known as midwinter in some cultures, is an annual celebration most commonly celebrated in December 25th according to the Gregorian calendar, a day Christians remember Jesus’ sacrifice. As a public holiday in almost all states across the world, it is celebrated by many, by Christians as a sacred day and by non-Christians as […]