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Easter Greeting Card With Easter Cakes, Eggs, Willow, Candles And An Inscription In Russian. Traditional Orthodox Easter Symbols. The Inscription On The Figure In Russian: Christ Is Risen! Stock Vector Illustration 399183004 : Shutterstock

Easter eggs are a traditional part of Greek Orthodox Easter. They are usually painted on Holy Thursday in commemoration of the Last Supper. The red-dyed eggs are cracked against each other and the person with the last remaining uncracked egg will have good luck.

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Red Eggs for Greek Easter

Red Eggs for Greek Easter | Nourishing Minimalism - I think when she says "boil" she means "simmer." Or so my blackened pot would tell you.

What is Pysanky? Ukrainian Easter Eggs, traditionally made during Lent. The word comes from the verb pysaty, “to write”, as the designs are not painted on, but written with beeswax.