Yes, they do. Russia's main religion is Russian Orthodox Christianity and they celebrate Christmas on the 7th and 8th of January. It's called Rozhdestvo.
They go home and eat with there family.
yeah ya dingleweed.
coz there weird?? i dunnooo!!
Russia is Russian Orthodox a Christian sect and that is when they have Christmas. They don't have Christmas on December 25 because they don't belive in god
Russian Christians are Orthodox; which means the celebrate Epiphany in January
people of Russia went to markets and buy decorative things. they decorate there houses.parents of children give them gifts,they bring cakes and celebrate christmas
Most people in Russia are Orthodox. The Orthodox Christmas is celebrated on the 7th of January.
no they celebrate the Christmas
No Russia Does Not Celebrate ThanksGiving.
they celebrate Christmas with light's
Yes you can celebrate Christmas.
Pentecostals do celebrate Christmas.
Do we celebrate thanks on christmas?
how does this group celebrate Christmas
Christian Celebrate Christmas...
Because it is part of their culture. 71.8% of the population is Russian Orthodox a Christian sect.
Yes. They do celebrate Christmas. On December 25Christians in the United Kingdom do celebrate Christmas.
Yes he did celebrate Christmas.
Yes, France does celebrate Christmas.
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Yes we do celebrate Christmas in Trinidad
Yes, Thailand does celebrate Christmas.
Yes, Venezuela does celebrate Christmas.
Peter does celebrate Christmas.