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Easter traditions from around the world

15 April 2022

4:03 PM

15 April 2022

4:03 PM

You know where you are with Christmas. Trees, carols, nativity plays, holly and ivy, presents, mince pies, crackers, Dickens, It’s a Wonderful Life. Easter is the more important festival in religious terms, but it can’t compete with Christmas for sheer cultural and commercial dominance.

In contrast to jolly Father Christmas, the Easter Bunny is aloof and, frankly, a bit weird.

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