Growing up in the United States, my family and I have adoptedmany traditions. As a kid, we didn’t really know the significance of easter except that we would get a basket full of goodies. As we got older we understood the significance behind it.
Easter is a Christian holiday, and Christian celebrations focus on the true meaning of Easter: the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Two thousand years ago, a man died on a cross, was buried, and three days later rose to life again.
Fast forward to present day, Easter is always celebrated on a Sunday following the first full mean. Even if your not religious, others simply find it a day to have eggs hunts, bbq, dye eggs, dress the little boys and girls up in their fancy outfit, and take pictures with the Easter bunny.
Here are some pics I took from the web to show you how Easter is celebrated in different places around the world.
1. Guatemala 2. Polish 3. Italy 4. Serbia 5. Swedish 6. Kenya 7. United States 8. India
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