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In Photos: Orthodox Easter Celebrations Across Russia

Russians across the country on Sunday celebrated the most important and sacred holiday in the Russian Orthodox Church's calendar: Easter.

At home, most Russians took part in beloved traditions like dyeing and decorating eggs, as well as eating Easter delicacies like kulich bread and paskha cake.

Worshippers also flocked to church to attend Easter services, albeit with sanitary restrictions in place due to the still-raging coronavirus pandemic.

Here's a closer look at how the Russian Orthodox Church celebrates its biggest holiday:

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