Christmas in Russia

By Dawson LeMarr

Food in Russia.

Food in Russia on Christmas


Sometimes they don’t eat before the first star appears , but if they do, they eat fish, kuita, sochivo, and other meats. Fruit pies, ginger bread, soup,porridge and

honeybread cookies.

Sometimes they throw sochivo on the ceiling. Sochivo is a light cream that you put in soup.

Symbol of Santa

The symbol of Santa


The symbol of Santa in Russia is Father Frost. He delivers presents to all children just like Santa. He is the slavioc version of Santa

What decorations does Russia use?


A christmas tree,lights and ornaments.



How do they say Merry Christmas?

rahz hdee st vohm.


What are some traditions?


It is celebrated over January. Only a few Catholics celebrate on Christmas day

using a Juilian calender.


How long is Christmas?

It can go from November 28 to January 6.

Why do they celebrate?

Why do they celebrate Christmas?


Russia celebrates Christmas because of Babushaka which means grandmother in Russia . She would work everyday and got no respect for doing all of it. Like sweeping, and dusting.

Music

Is music involved?




Yes music is involved in christmas ,like the song snowflake or call it snezhinka.

Origanal Christmas

Does Russia leave goodies for Father frost?

No they do not unless there different country.


Does Russia have snow during Christmas?


Yes ,Russia does have snow on Christmas. They almost have snow year round. Russia has cold winters and mild summers.



Do they exchange gifts?

Yes they do exchange gifts on Christmas and it is a very important tradition to Russia.

More facts

Do they put up a Christmas tree?


Yes they do put up Christmas tree. It is a evergreen tree and they put ornaments and decorations on the tree.



Does Santa come down the chimney?

No he can not. because the chimneys are usauly lit. If he did he would get burned by the fire.

Do they play games?


No they do not play games because they stay at church most of the time.

A Little Bit More about Russia’s Christmas


There Christmas is a little bit orothadox because they really don’t believe in God or Jesus.

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