Holiday Season in Vladivostok

by Yury Smityuk

by Yury Smityuk

Russians don;t celebrate Christmas on December 25. Orthodox Christmas is normally celebrated on January 7th.

The majority of Russians don’t value Christmas celebrations as they value New Year’s Eve Celebrations. Vladivostok isn’t fully prepared for this holiday season due to the luck of snow. There is no ice rink or ice figures on the main square of the city, nonetheless, the Christmas tree is on its place and people are in a cheerful mood already.

Happy Holidays!!!!

by Yury Smityuk

by Yury Smityuk

by Yury Smityuk

by Yury Smityuk

by Yury Smityuk

by Yury Smityuk

by Yury Smityuk

by Yury Smityuk

by Yury Smityuk

by Yury Smityuk

by Yury Smityuk

by Yury Smityuk

by Yury Smityuk

by Yury Smityuk

by Yury Smityuk

by Yury Smityuk

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