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Why Orthodox Christians dye eggs red for Pascha (Easter)

How to Make a Cross out of Palm Branch (with pictures!)

Lemko (Rusyn) style pysanky


Cracking Your Red Easter Eggs and other Greek Orthodox Easter Traditions and Facts

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Easter Basket Cookies | Recipe By Photo

Easter Basket Cookies | Recipe By Photo

Easter Marshmallow Bark

Orthodox Easter is usually about two weeks after Catholic Easter.

Macedonian Easter Tradition - The hard shell of the egg symbolises the sealed Tomb of Christ—the cracking of which symbolises his resurrection from the dead. We crack each others eggs on Easter Day and the person whose egg is still intact will have good luck for the rest of the year.