Orthodox Easter is celebrated in the spring. the date changes each year, but is still between April 4 and May 8. It marks the culmination of a long period of fifty-five days of fast meat, milk and eggs. The last day is full fasted and ends with a large mass during the night, which ends in the early morning. For the Orthodox people, Easter is a major festival, much more important than Christmas.
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