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The pagan solstice celebrations (Ivan Kupala night) are typical not only for Russia, but many Eastern European countries. The dates vary, but the not usually astronomically correct. In Russia it takes place on the night between 23 and 24 of June.

Perun day - Slavic culture

Perun day - Slavic culture

Úlfhéðnar - Odin's men went without their mailcoats and were mad as hounds or wolves, bit their shields...they slew men, but neither fire nor iron had effect upon them.

Úlfhéðnar - Odin's men went without their mailcoats and were mad as hounds or wolves, bit their shields.they slew men, but neither fire nor iron had effect upon th

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polish-vintage: “ celebrations of the Noc Kupały (Kupala Night) in Skoczów (Poland), (source) ”

Forget Yoga, Slavic Women Practice Bereginya | Slavorum

Forget Yoga, Slavic Women Practice Bereginya Source: Slavorum Strength or Power Bereginya – is new energy based practice that women across Ukraine and Russia went crazy about. You do Yoga?

Summer Solstice Poland, The Internatinal Ivana Kupala Noc Kupala, in Piła, photo:Sławomir Olzacki

The International St. John's Night in Piła, photo: Sławomir Olzack // Slavic Rituals

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Women from Terchová, Slovakia

Forget Yoga, Slavic Women Practice Bereginya | Slavorum

Strength Bereginya - is new energy based practice that women across Ukraine and Russia went crazy about. Hah amateur, Yoga is mainstream Bereginya is hard-core Slavic women gymnastics.

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