Easter in Armenia
The feast of Holy Resurrection is also called Easter, which means deliverance, deliverance from sins and returns to God. Easter is considered to be one of the greatest holidays of the Old and the New Testament.This year, in 2020 Easter in Armenia is going to be celebrated on April 12, so make sure to visit Armenia during this date!Here are the upcoming dates of Easter in Armenia:
Year Date of Easter celebration
2020 April 12
2021 April 4
2022 April 17
2023 April 9
2024 March 31
2025 April 20
Easter in France
Easter egg hunt
Once the bells have returned, the traditional Easter egg hunt begins inside and outside the house. Lucky little kids get to go to Easter egg hunts in large castles, like the Château Vaux-le-Vicomte near Paris. Their annual Easter egg hunt is widely considered one of the best, where children hunt for eggs in the acres of gardens, ride on ponies and hunt for a giant one-metre tall chocolate squirrel.
Easter in Russia
Easter or the Feast of the Glorious Resurrection of Christ is one of the most important holidays of all the Christians in the world. According to church rules. Easter is celebrated on the first Sunday after the spring full moon from March 21 to April 26. This year the Armenian Apostolic Church celebrates Easter on April 12. The Feast of the Glorious Resurrection of Christ was celebrated with delightful event at High School of Northern University. High school pupils led by history teacher N. Simonyan presented a meaningful and informative event dedicated to Easter.
Easter in Germany
While Easter Sunday is not a public holiday, it is categorized as a silent day (stiller Tag) in all or part of Germany. In some states, special restrictions may apply for certain types of activities, such as concerts or dance events. Depending on the state, businesses may follow normal or restricted opening hours, or they may be closed for the day.
Easter in Spain
In 2019, Easter Sunday falls very late, on April 21st but celebrations of the biggest religious festival of the year begin a week earlier.
Easter is one of the most celebrated religious holidays in the world and marks the resurrection of Jesus after the crucifixion. In Spain it is celebrated with public holidays on Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Monday.
Easter in Brazil
Easter in Brazil, a country with one of the world’s largest Catholic populations, tends to revolve around religious celebrations and family and, of course, Easter eggs. This year, Easter falls on April 1 – another significant day for all the jokers out there – which is the first Sunday after the full moon of the Spring Equinox (when the Brazilian autumn season begins) as based on the lunar calendar. Let’s take a closer look at how Easter is celebrated in Brazil.