January 13, 2011 Holiday – The Old New Year in Russia

The Old New Year in Russia also called the Orthodox New Year is a traditional Slavic Orthodox holiday, celebrated on January 13 according to the Julian calendar, though a new the Gregorian calendar was officially adopted in 1918. On that day, joyous entertainment, fireworks, and festive meals are organised all around the country.

Recommended gifts to Russia for this holiday: sweet and chocolate gifts, gourmet gift baskets, wine gift baskets

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6 Responses to “January 13, 2011 Holiday – The Old New Year in Russia”

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