Easter Traditions Around the World
An international guide to Easter traditions, including customs in Germany, Guyana, Peru, and Poland
In the United States, Easter is associated with bunnies, egg hunts, and chocolate candies, not to mention a resplendent Easter brunch. But around the globe, the weekend between Good Friday and Easter Monday is observed in a number of ways, with different festivities, customs, and traditional dishes. From taking to the streets with buckets of water to whipping up omelets made with thousands of eggs, here's a glance at how other nations and cultures celebrate this lively holiday.
Laura Neilson is a New York City-based freelance writer whose work has appeared in ReadyMade, Time Out New York, Every Day With Rachael Ray, Chow, and Cool Hunting.
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