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INDEPENDENCE DAY IN UKRAINE

INDEPENDENCE DAY IN UKRAINE

Ukraine is an amazing country which has much to celebrate. One of the largest celebratory days in the Ukrainian calendar is Independence Day on August 24, which is a public holiday.

What do Ukraine people usually do on this special day?

Ukrainians are cheerful and optimistic people who like to celebrate the Day of Independence in Ukraine with marvelous fireworks, concerts, and festivals.

You have a great opportunity to see famous and traditional Ukrainian clothing. Ukrainians adore wearing national blouses with traditional ornaments on them. Outdoor exhibitions are a fantastic opportunity to see fascinating pictures painted by rather talented people. It is popular to make outside free public markets and people may try tasty national Ukrainian food and drinks. On this day youth always paint their faces into blue and yellow colors. Ukrainians walk outside with the country’s flag to show their honor and respect.

Nevertheless, Independence Day is a national public holiday and that is why many shops, museums, government offices, banks and universities are closed.

Every year you may watch an annual concert where famous Ukrainian singers are singing their most popular songs to raise the people spirits even higher.

Hence, children love this holiday because there are lots of amusements open for kids.

As the result, this holiday honors the memory of those who made the ultimate sacrifice to gain the independence of Ukraine and to provide the best life for this country.                                                                  

Feel free to read more information about Ukrainian holidays in our blog.                                          

We will be pleased to answer all your questions about life in Ukraine and its traditions.               

 

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