Easter traditions around the world are as varied as the people who celebrate this season.
While books have been written about the many religious celebrations around the world, for the purposes of this article, the focus is on the secular celebrations.
These Easter traditions range from silly to very adult.
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That’s what this post is about, so enjoy your very own Easter trip around the world!
If you’re like me and love learning about traditions around the world, you can also check out the following articles: https://www.womansday.com/life/travel-tips/g2175/easter-traditions/ https://www.wanderlust.co.uk/content/worlds-craziest-easter-traditions/ https://matadornetwork.com/read/fascinating-easter-traditions-around-world/
What are your favorite Easter traditions?
Do you dye Easter eggs?
Do you hide Easter baskets?
Is there a special menu or treat you have every Easter?
One of the traditions that went by the wayside in our family was shoebox Easter baskets.
My sister in law used to make each of her siblings an Easter basket in a shoebox. Why a shoebox?
Because then no one had to return their basket, and if you knew a few of our family members, you would understand what a smart move that was.
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