Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Malanka is a Ukrainian and Belarusian folk holiday celebrated on January 13, which is New Year’s Eve in accordance with the Julian calendar. On this day, people traditionally go from house to house playing pranks or acting out a small play, dressed as bears and Gipsies, with a bachelor dressed in women’s clothing leading the troop.

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine

2 thoughts on “Celebrating Malanka In Ukraine”

  1. U may notice the RED YELLOW BLU ribbons which compose the national flag of Romania. So yeah they are very ukrainians or whatever…
    Do not forget this:sangele apa nu se face (the blood never turns to water)

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