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Cider or sidra is a traditional drink in the region of Asturias (North of Spain) and for centuries servers have been pouring the cider in a peculiar way.

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Water To swim on Ivan Kupala Day is a popular custom. But in some regions peasants used to find such a swimming dangerous. The birthday man of this day is a merman and he can’t bear, when someone interferes in his kingdom, and he tries to drown everyone who disturbs him. On this holiday, as people say, water can become a “friend” to fire, and this union is supposed to be a natural power.

Water To swim on Ivan Kupala Day is a popular custom. But in some regions peasants used to find such a swimming dangerous. The birthday man of this day is a merman and he can’t bear, when someone interferes in his kingdom, and he tries to drown everyone who disturbs him. On this holiday, as people say, water can become a “friend” to fire, and this union is supposed to be a natural power.

Traditional Russian costume. Beginning at the turn of the 18th century, the sarafan, a long, sleeveless dress, became the most popular article of peasant women’s clothing in the Northern and Central regions of Russia.   The sarafan is worn with a shirt, belt, and apron. In some areas, the epanechka, a short bodice identical in shape to the sarafan supplemented the basic ensemble.

Traditional Russian costume. Beginning at the turn of the 18th century, the sarafan, a long, sleeveless dress, became the most popular article of peasant women’s clothing in the Northern and Central regions of Russia. The sarafan is worn with a shirt, belt, and apron. In some areas, the epanechka, a short bodice identical in shape to the sarafan supplemented the basic ensemble.

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