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Their most celebrated and biggest holiday is New Years, which is the same day as it is in the US, January 1st. In Soviet times it was against the law to celebrate Christmas, which is now celebrated on December 7th. Russians had a different calendar than the US until February of 1918, so they also celebrate Old New Years on January 13th. February 23rd is The Homeland Defender's Day also known as non-official "Men’s Day"; women will normally give men small gifts and all men are celebrities on this day.
On March 8th, a very special day to know if you are going to date Russian women is "Women’s Day". On this day the men normally give small gifts, like flowers and are supposed to do all the housework. Women in Russia enjoy this day because they get to relax and they don’t get to very often in Russia. If you date Russian women, or plan on dating one, this is a holiday to remember to celebrate. April 1st, like in the US, is known as "The day of the laugh" where jokes are played on people and you are "not to trust anyone".
May 1st is known as the day of labor, which was more popular during Soviet times. May 9th is a two day public holiday called “Victory Day”. June 12th is Independence Day in Russia, a newer holiday. September 1st is the first day of school; children will bring flowers for their teachers. November 7th is Day of October Revolution and December 12th is The Constitution Day. Russians have also adopted other holidays like Halloween, Valentine’s Day, and the Chinese New Year.
Before you decide to date Russian women online, read more about their culture. They will respect you for taking the time to learn more about them and it will make it easier for you to date Russian women.
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