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."
Category Archives: Slavic Culture and People
May 9 - Victory Day is one of the most important, touching and glorious holidays in Slavic countries. The Victory Day in the Great Patriotic War was and remains one of the most revered holidays both in Russia and in the CIS countries. According to the glorious tradition of recent years, St. George ribbons are…Read more
Easter is a special holiday, calculated for each year. The whole week preceding this day is called Great, or Holy Week. Earlier, long before the birth of Christ, in the worldview of the ancient peoples, the egg symbolized the universe. Plutarch exalted the egg, considering it the creator of all nature. However, in Christianity, the…Read more
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…Read more