It's Christmas time again: Orthodox Christians get ready for the holiday

Russian Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas on January 7. For most, this is a family holiday and an opportunity to invite friends and relatives to dinner. Some people also try to go to church on this day.

Russian families usually decorate a fir tree for the New Year and keep it till January 7. With Christmas around the corner, RBTH’s correspondent visited the Greek Annunciation Church’s Sunday School in Rostov-on-Don, 1074 kilometers from Moscow, where children are busy making Christmas decorations.

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