9 Celebration of Ivan Kupala Day in Novosibirsk

Celebration of Ivan Kupala Day in Novosibirsk

Posted on July 8, 2010 by team

Ivan Kupala (St. John the Baptist) Day celebrated on 7th, July is a very ancient holiday that is still rather popular. However, from all the traditions of this day only one has remained: to water a neighbor and have fun. It is considered to a be a real joy to pour a pail of water into the open doors of a bus or on a random car.


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9 Responses to “Celebration of Ivan Kupala Day in Novosibirsk”

  1. SSSR says:

    I would like to throw some water on some girls.

  2. Baron says:

    only 3st. :(

  3. Master says:

    Nice :)

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  5. muzzer says:

    suppose its the only way some of them will get a wash. some lovely girls there. i`d love to spray them

  6. David says:

    Looks awsome. Especally with it being so hot. Here in Tybee Island, Georgia, USA we have our annual “Beach Bum Parade”. It’s a town-wide water fight with a parade, etc. It’s really fun.

  7. Gabriel says:

    Russian women can be so darn sexy. I am so glad I am married to one. She has one hell of a temper and a potty mouth, but man… she is so fun to look at naked. Gorgeous! Thank you Russia!

  8. Che says:

    really, don’t speak before you know what it is.
    I lived in Russia until I was a teenager and then moved to America, but it really is one of the best holidays year-wide. You must be one of the tight assed pricks that would sue someone for being drenched with water on such a holiday.

    Its a day of laughter and fun; its amazing especially when its a hot day, the cold water is welcome. Not many people complain. The whole city gets into the fun.

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