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How do people celebrate the New Year in Russia?
tanyampДата: Воскресенье, 09.01.2011, 20:59 | Сообщение # 1
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This is what people think about us and our traditions:
"They usually celebrate the New Year in the circle of their families or friends.
Sometimes they lay presents for each other under the fir-tree (usually for children).
There is an unwritten custom in Russia - the people are sure to have champagne and tangerines on the table. They say in Russia – How you meet the New Year as you spend the whole year. Many drink a lot and have fun the whole night even though it isn’t proper for them for they wish have no problem this year."
So many countries so many traditions. Are there any New Year traditions in your family? How do you usually spend New Year's Day?
 
ЛучникДата: Понедельник, 17.01.2011, 10:19 | Сообщение # 16
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About traditions on New year in Russia)))
One of the main holidays in Russia is New Year. And my text about Russian traditions on new year. There are many traditions and some of them are new and they have a fast growing up .One of them is celebrate New year in another country(Egypt, Thailand, Turkish)The other traditions I think that in every house stands the New Year`s tree , which decorated with small balls and tinsels.The next traditions is buy presents to all relatives. Children send letters to Grandfather Frost)))Next in the New Year`s night at 23:55 the Russian President makes a speech on TV.♥♪
 
tanyampДата: Понедельник, 17.01.2011, 10:21 | Сообщение # 17
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Карелина Светлана 11 "а"
How do Russian people celebrate New Year?

The tradition to celebrate New Year with a fur-tree has appeared in Russia at Peter first. In 1966 it has published the decree which has entered new chronology and New Year has enjoined to celebrate in an European way - on January 1 st. The imperial decree to all inhabitants of Moscow was published to marc a meeting of New Year: to light on New Year Year's Eve fires, to start up fireworkes, to congratulate each other, to decorate houses coniferous trees.

In some families there is a tradition to bake New Year's pies with a surprise - in one the coin is put, another is bake sality, and third sweet. Behind a New Year's table, under peal of bells should choose a pie, and on a dish it is a lot of them. The one to whom wich get with a coin, next year will grow rich, the owner of a sality pie is waited for by test, and sweet - cheerful, a dolche vita

 
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How do Russian people celebrate New Year?

The most popular New Year symbols is a New Year's Tree called Novogodnaya Yolka which decorated with various sweets. Another popularly celebrated New Year tradition is the arrival of Ded Moroz and his granddaughter Snegurochka . They bring in New Year presents for the good children and keep them under the New Year's Tree. Children sing a song to make Father Frost happy.

New Year verve can be seen by the family get-together, use of fireworks, delicious meals etc. The most important part of the New Year activities is the sumptuous dinner and champagne.

Russians also follow the tradition of listening to the New Year Speech from the President on New Year's Day. There are some more fascinating traditions followed at the time of New Year and the famous one is the tradition of fortune telling. Many people especially women and unmarried girls are excited to know about their future indulge in this acitivity.

New Year Celebrations in RussiaNew Year is more of a winter vacation in Russia. Schools remain closed from January 1 till January 13. The main New Year celebrations begin from night of December 31. People usually prefer to spend the day with their friends and family members..

Gluhova Irina

 
АняДата: Понедельник, 17.01.2011, 21:12 | Сообщение # 19
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New Year in Russia is one of the most favorite holidays. It is accompanied by various actions, a feast and festivals.
According to tradition in the house the New Year’s tree is established. By tradition it decorates with all Family.
Relatives gather for New Year behind a celebratory table. The traditional dish is “Olivier’s” salad, the Goose with apples. A traditional New Year’s drink this champagne. Gifts to children the grandfather Frost brings and it’s granddaughter a Snow Maiden. In New Year it is accepted under fight of a chiming clock, at twelve o’clock, to think of desire.
hands santa

Baklanova Anna.

 
соваДата: Понедельник, 17.01.2011, 23:22 | Сообщение # 20
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Nice picture,ksenia) such fireworks are usually bursting out on New Year's holyday, but those are much more beautiful and enchanting.
I've found an interesting artikle about N.Y. in Rusia, similarities and differences of celebrating it in America. So,let me show you this text.

Ded Moroz (“Grandfather Frost”) is pretty much similar to Santa Claus, However, unlike the secretive ways of Santa Claus, he often brings presents in person, at the celebrations of the New Year, at New Year parties for kids by the New Year Tree. Generally, the traditional appearance of Ded Moroz has a close resemblance to that of Santa Claus, with his coat, boots and long white beard. Specifically, Ded Moroz wears a heel-long fur coat, a semi-round fur hat, and white valenki or high boots (sapogi), silver or red with silver ornament. Unlike Santa Claus, he walks with a long magical staff, does not say “Ho, ho, ho,” and drives no reindeer but a troika.
These are basically some differences which are rather understandable. But there is a female figure next to Ded Moroz – which is a very Russian tradition, not known anywhere around the Chrisitian world (didn`t I mention in my earlier posts, the attitude to women is special in Russia?)…
Ded Moroz is being accompanied by Snegurochka(” Snow Maiden”, his granddaughter). She is a beautiful (young) girl with a long blond plate wearing white or light blue fur-coat.

She is helping her grandfather to visit all the children and normally she comes up shortly before his arrival and makes children call him out loud. She has a sweet and innocent character and it is actually unknown how and why such a person appeared on Ded Moroz`s side. Little is known about this admirable person. There are 2 different legends, telling about the origin of Sengurochka.
In one story, she is the daughter of Spring and Frost, who yearns for the companionship of mortal humans. She grows to like a shepherd named Lel, but her heart is unable to know love. Her mother takes pity and gives her this ability, but as soon as she falls in love, her heart warms up and she melts.
In a different version an old couple make a girl out of snow, who turns into a living being. She grows up quickly. A group of girls invite her for a walk in the woods, after which they make a small fire and take turns leaping over it. When Snegurochka’s turn comes, she starts to jump, but only gets halfway before evaporating into a small cloud.
Whatever is the origin and the purpose of that archetype,Snegurochka [color=blue]-like a snow-angel, sparkling with innocence, joy and purity – remains a special, wonderful symbol of the everlasting child and a hope for the new beautiful life… batman :batman:

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ЮляшкаДата: Вторник, 18.01.2011, 19:00 | Сообщение # 21
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Starkova Yulia 10 “A”
How do Russian people celebrate the New Year?

New Year is one of the greatest holiday in Russia. Russian people really enjoy New Year’s Day.

There are a lot of traditions and customs on this day. There is New Year’s Tree. It’s the major symbol of this Russian holiday. It can be fin or pine-tree. People like decorating it with many funny toys, little colored lights and balls. And under New Year’s Tree Russian children can find some presents, which they ask at Grandfather Frost. It is one more Russian tradition. Russian children write letters by Grandfather Frost and on New Year’s morning they become their presents. That’s why this Russian holiday is very romantic and magic.

Besides every New Year Russian people lay the New Year’s tish. There are a lot of traditional dishes: olivie, salad from herrin, tangerines and many other dishes. New Year’s speech of the Russian President is also our custom. One more tradition on this day to make many beautiful fireworks.

As for me, New Year’s Day is my favorite holiday. I like to spend it with my relatives and friends. We decorate our flat with pleasure. We always give each other presents and greeting cards. When the clock begin to strike 12 o’clock I like to think of a wish. It is always come true. And on the winter holidays our usual pastime is skiing and figure skating. The streets in Russia are also fantastic decorated and it’s very nice to go out on it. We spend our time very merry! :D

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