Hungarian Easter EggsEaster symbolizes Jesus’ last meal, his death, his self-sacrifice in the name of humanity, and his resurrection three days after the crucifixion. The history of Easter is different according to the year since the date is determined according to the state of the moon. At Easter, Hungarians have a tradition of ‘watering’ young girls and women. It is presumed that this tradition is rooted in pre-Christian traditions. Men visit the young girls and women around their spouses and relatives, and perfume on them. In contrast, Easter eggs, pastries and alcohol are put in front of them. Due to the high alcohol consumption due to the holiday, the police have to take special security measures on the roads. The most popular tradition is the coloring of eggs. As you see, there are such colorings of eggs which look like a piece of an art.


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