Easter in Czech Republic

Easter, known as Velikonoce in the local language, is one of the most important holidays of the year in the Czech Republic.
One of the more unusual traditions involves the pomlazka which is a special stick that is used by men to gently whip women on the legs in return for a painted egg.
As well as unique traditions, this infographic also looks at some of the traditional foods you can enjoy during the festivities.
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If you are in the country during this period you will have a great opportunity to be involved in the many traditions that surround the festival.
One thing you should remember on the Wednesday preceding Easter, known as Ugly Wednesday, is not to frown as it is said you will then frown every Wednesday for the rest of the year.

SOURCE: www . guidilo . com/a-complete-guide-to-czech-easter-tradition# . VusVZPkrKM8

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