Spectacular Slovakia #31: A true Slovak Easter is not about whipping women

What do Slovaks look forward to this weekend?

99.9 percent of the time Slovak moms are very concerned about dressing warmly, but not on Easter Monday.99.9 percent of the time Slovak moms are very concerned about dressing warmly, but not on Easter Monday.(Source: Sme)

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Easter in Slovakia might be a shocking experience for foreigners. Naomi Hužovčová, a Canadian living in Slovakia, loves traditions, but when it comes to what Slovaks do on Easter Monday… “My jury is still out on that one,” she says. Listen to the Easter edition of Spectacular Slovakia to find out how Slovak celebrate Easter and what festive meals they look forward to eating this weekend.

Read also:Will you get a cold shower or a whipping this Easter? Read more Read also:A whip and a splash: men and women's views on Easter Monday Read more Read also:Easter's pagan roots Read more Read also:Easter Monday: What doesn't kill you makes you stronger Read more 

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