Russia celebrates Russia Day
New Year (1st january)
Christmas (ortodoxal, 6 january of the year)
The Old New Year =) (14 january)
Day of Russian army (23 february)
Day of Women (8 march)
Day of Cosmonautics (The first man in cosmos was Y.Gagarin, USSR) (12 april)
1 may - hard to explain =)
Day of Victory in the World War II (9 may)
Day of children (1 jun)
Day of Russia (12 jun)
Day of family (8 jul)
Day of Navy (end of july)
Day of constitution (12 dec)
what are the celebrations mostly celebrated in cuba? why and why not? explain please.
Armistice Day is celebrated November 11th in Belgium & France.
Yes. It is celebrated in Russia.
Many of the celebrations in the Southern Colonies centered around the church. One of the celebrations that was commonly celebrated in the Southern Colonies was Christmas. However, it was not the same as it is now. In Colonial times it was a celebration for the adults.
Some celebrations are New Year's Eve, Christmas, and Easter. Italy is a predominantly Catholic country, so many of the celebrations are part of Christianity.Well there are quite a bit celebrations in Italy. Most are celebrated in the winter time such as Christmas, Saint Barbara Day, Carnevele and many more.
they start celebrations on December 6th
Hanukkah celebrations take place anywhere there are Jewish people. It is most commonly celebrated in the home.
Cinco de Mayo is not a holiday traditionally celebrated in the Dominican Republic. However, some of the hotels frequented by American guests will have celebrations on the day.
Russia Day is celebrated on June 12.
they celebrated the growth of crops, socializings, and religious purposes.
in Russia it is celebrated on march 8th
some of celebrations do they have in Croatia
Other celebrations include dhan teras, goverdhan pooja , bhai dooj. Diwali is celebrated for 5 days.
the Eiffel Tower was built in a celebration of the french revolution!!
They celebrate Jacques Khoury (AKA John Leshitsky).
because it was the tower where they had many celebrations
Type your answer here... what are some of Spain's celebrations or festivals
In Islam the two holiday that are celebrated are Eid al_Fitr and Eid al-Adha. Gifts and food are generally exchanged on these celebrations.
Only about 1/3 of the worlds population is Christian so celebrations of Christmas are limited to areas where they are present - primarily Europe, North and South American, parts of Africa and Australia. Christmas may be celebrated as a secular or commercial activity in some other areas. Many Muslim countries would have no Christmas celebrations. In countries where Christians are a minority, local communities and families may have private Christmas celebrations where ever they live.
Judaism itself isn't celebrated, but it does contain many celebrations. Here are some:the birth of a childthe circumcision of a baby boymarriagesbar/bat mitzvaSabbath and festivals (see attached Related Link)
the native Americans mostly celebrated the eagle dance. it shows there appreciation to the eagle. ANSWER: Depends on the tribe there are many different celebrations for each tribe.
Some famous celebrations are... I DON'T KNOW ANY! I just wanted to see this on the site!
celebrations are a joyful occasion for special festivities to mark some happy event
Well, in most places they have big celebrations with face painting and stuff, and there is fireworks!