Category Archives: Slavic Culture and People

Beautiful Darya in a wonderful dress…

Darya from Kharkiv: "The first impression of me is that I am a conceited and overbearing person, but they change their mind after a few words with me. I am actually a shy and introvert girl who needs more time to relax in the company of strangers but then we can become the best friends. I am a good woman for marriage I think."

Meet Darya on Veronikalove!

The Old New Year

14th of January is a very interesting day! It is the holiday that is celebrated basically in Slavic countries – the Old New Year. It is also known as Orthodox New Year and is currently an unofficial holiday, so people don’t have some day offs at work, and children keep on visiting the school, but…
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7th of January – Orthodox Christmas Day

On the 7th of January, the whole Slavic world celebrates a very important religious holiday – Orthodox Christmas! This day is accepted by people in a very serious way. Many of them fast before this day, so on the 7th of January, they include more tasty dishes to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Also,…
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19th of December – St. Nicholas Day in Slavic countries

Saint Nicolas Day is the wonderful holiday celebrated only in Slavic countries and on the 19th of December. In these countries Saint Nicholas is the analog to Santa Claus, so he has the same role – to treat good children with something nice! Usually, good kids receive chocolates and other sweets, but of course, the…
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