NEW YORK (Reuters) – For those of you following Lent, the taboo slogans and lengthy reflections also coincide with the last cold snap of winter in the Northern Hemisphere that will soon end with chocolate, festival and spring flowers in Easter.
TOP 5 places to celebrate Easter
1. Virtue in Argentina
Easter Sunday in Argentina includes the consumption and sharing of eggs as well as a special Easter cake, Rosca de Pascua. Tradition holds that people exchange eggs not only with their family, but also with friends and colleagues, and the day culminates in attendance at Mass, followed by an extended family gathering that includes many foods. Argentines tend to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus with a huge barbecue and a treasure hunt organized by local authorities in the main cities, so that everyone has a chance participation.
The Greek Orthodox church follows the Byzantine calendar, so this year’s Orthodox Easter Sunday falls on April 15. In Athens, Good Friday marks the first major event when a mausoleum replica. Christ’s tomb is carried through town. The holiest event in Easter takes place the next day when people flock to the church at midnight carrying unlit candles from the Holy Fire and walk through town to enjoy the performance. splendor of fireworks, bells and jubilation. Easter Sunday’s menu includes fire-roasted lamb and lots of colored eggs. In the Orthodox tradition, you crack eggs with your neighbor and try to break their eggs to bring yourself good luck.
Visitors will notice lavishly decorated streets, shops and restaurants with everything from bunnies to chocolate, painted eggs and even live chicks in some places. Good Friday is marked by volume. Easter Sunday is a big celebration where everyone goes to church. After Communion, the 40-day fast consisted of a strict vegan diet, broken up with a feast of lamb and lots of eggs. Get your hands on delicious Easter sweets called Maamoul. These are small biscuits made with a mixture of semolina and butter, then stuffed with dates or ground sugar nuts and covered with a icing sugar.
Easter in Scotland is a mostly laid-back event. Scots do things traditionally associated with Easter like attending mass and eating a hearty meal, but they also add a bit of fun, especially for children. Easter fun here is all about eggs. After boiling and painting in all sorts of colors and designs, they are taken to the park hills to roll on Easter Sunday. While it may sound like playtime for the kids, the event is very symbolic as it was done to represent the rolling of stones over the tomb of Jesus thereby assisting in the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Sir.
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