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A Russian festival occurs nearly every month of the year. One of the main Russian festivals is a week-long event called Maslenitsa - the equivalent of a Russian Mardi Gras.
The event usually features traveling choirs dressed in traditional costumes and various folk games including tug-of-war, stilt-walking and pillow-fighting.
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People all over the world have relied on calendars for thousands of years.
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The four main fast periods include Lent or the Great Feast, the Fast of the Apostles which lasts 1-6 weeks, the Fast of the Repose of the Virgin Mary and the long Christmas Feast which lasts from November 15 to December 24.As a married woman, I get to see the other side of the dating world these days – that of the ‘matchmaker’ – and wonder what message is being sent to my generation of bright, religiously passionate women.Your comment was successfully submitted and will be published in accordance with site policy.Up to the end of the 15th century, the Russian year began on March 1. at which point Peter the Great changed the date of the new year to January 1.However, the Moscow government initiated a change that changed the official start of the year to September 1. The Russian calendar has undergone many changes since its inception.