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All Orthodox Russians celebrate the Nativity on January 7 - Comments

On January 7 the Russian Orthodox Church marks Christmas - the second most significant holiday after Easter. According to the Orthodox Church regulations, the festivity is preceded by a long Advent that starts on November 28 and lasts for 40 days, up to January 6 inclusive.

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