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Article examines Ukrainian Easter egg tradition

March 30, 2012

The Catholic Near East Welfare Association’s magazine explores the Ukrainian tradition of pysanky, or decorated Easter eggs, noting that during the Communist era, the decoration of eggs--banned by the Soviet regime--became a symbol of national resistance.


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