Midsummer scenes around Northern Europe makes shy Lithuanians blush
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Midsummer scenes around Northern Europe makes shy
Lithuanians blush
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EN.DELFI 2018 july 6 d. 15:03

Many of us are waiting for, probably, the most important
holiday of summer. It’s like an answer to Christmas in
winter. The latter are celebrated just after the shortest
day in the year, whereas Midsummer or Saint John's is
remembered as a celebration of the longest day in the year.
It was dedicated to the birthday of Saint John the Baptist
in order to be adapted to Christianity. Translation agency
Ars libri would like to share some stories on how Midsummer
is celebrated around the world.

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