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Holidays and traditions Montenegro

Montenegro – a country that loves and know how to relax. And not coincidentally many of our compatriots tend to come here in the days of national holidays, when it is buzzing with fun and hospitality of the locals is most conspicuous.

New year is one of the most cherished holidays for locals and for visitors. The fun continues here from December 31 to January 2. Town squares are given into the hands of the musicians and street theatre companies. Almost every hotel, including, and located in the ski resorts of Kolasin and Zabljak, cook their own entertainment, showing the maximum of imagination. Especially lush performances are held in major cities such as Kotor, Podgorica, Budva. These days people have gathered here from all corners of Europe, to the great company, under the speech of the stars of Montenegrin and international pop, to celebrate the coming New year, whose arrival romantic mark blooming in the night sky bouquets of fireworks, which are then showered with stars directly into the sea (weapon producing volleys, often set directly on the piers).

Tutsindan – interesting holiday, which begins on 5 January (two days before the Orthodox Christmas). Especially this holiday I love children, because during Ruzindana them… should not be punished! Continue reading

The Most important pagan holidays Slavs

January (prosinec). The winter holidays are Slavs

1-6 – Volosova days. Otherwise referred to as the wolf days. In these days we need to pray livestock patron – God Hair and cattle. Protect the flock these days from the depredation of wolves bring their animals thanks for what they feed us from time immemorial.

3 – Day of remembrance of the legendary Princess Olga . Today a toast in honor of the great Gentile Olga. Glorified centuries in his name by his deeds worthy of memory and glory – took revenge on the citizens for the murdered husband, gave birth to the Great Prince Svyatoslav and United Russia.

6 – Turity . Holiday Yar-Tur, a bull, symbolizing fertility and life force. On this day people wear masks of bulls and play around. Youth plays in turica – fun games. This day is the end of the Christmas holidays.

8 – Indian Porridge . Day midwives-midwives. In Russia it was customary on this holiday to go to the midwives, giving them vodka, pancakes, giving gifts. It was believed if the young woman will make a gift to the midwifery grandmother, she (the girl) will be born healthy and strong child.

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The Nativity. Description, origin and history of the holiday

Say, before Christmas start ringing bells of heaven, praising God for the birth of His Son, Jesus Christ. And with each new blow of such bells heavenly grace is posted in our sinful world, and the angels are growing wings.

New year and Christmas – two bright family holiday celebrated by many people throughout the Earth. This is a special night of reconciliation. when wishing each other good. Various Christian religious denominations celebrate Christian Christmas in the middle of winter from December 25 (the Catholics) to January 7 (Orthodox). Christmas is a holiday that means a lot to people, he does not pass without a trace of a man who at least once heard about the life of Jesus Christ and his sacrifice for the people.

The Directors of world renown make films about Christmas, artists paint, which then become the masterpieces of world art, poets make poems about the great mystery of the birth of the Savior.

The night before Christmas is the brightest and the purest time when every person needs to forgive the indiscretions, to be cleansed before the people, asking for forgiveness for their sins Continue reading

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