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środa, 16 kwietnia 2014

Different countries, different Easter traditions !

Spain - Easter is a very important celebration in Spain beggining with Ash Wednesday when people have a cross made on their foreheads. On Palm Sunday most people go to church and bring palm leaves and branches with them. Most Spanish people celebrate Easter with processions through the streets at night.

Germany - Germans celebrate Good Friday, Easter Saturday and Easter Sunday. The Easter weekend in Germany starts with a quiet Good Friday when people eat fish as a traditional dish. Easter Saturday is full of sweet cakes in the shape of a lamb and in the evening people watch and light Easter bonfires. On Easter Sunday children look for hidden chocolate bannies and eggs in the gardens ( yummy♥).

France - Easter is always a long weekend in France. Like in many other countries children look for chocolate eggs. French families often prepare very special meals on Easter Sunday. There is no Good Friday and Easter Monday in a French tradition.
 Katie and Michael :)

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