About Easter
Candy
Bunnies and eggs
'Egg-straordinary' traditions
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In English-speaking countries Easter takes its name from this pagan goddess.

Eastre or Eostre

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The most popular candy in Britain and most European countries.

Chocolate Easter eggs.

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Who are we to thank for our Easter mascot - Easter bunny?

The Germans.

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What do you not eat during Easter fast (or Lent)?

Animal products.

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Three common symbols of Easter.

Easter bunny (rabbit), eggs and chicks.

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The most popular non-chocolate candy during Easter.

Jelly beans

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We dye eggs red to represent this.

The blood of Jesus Christ. 

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In the UK, eggs are decorated and also hidden for children to find. What's this game called?

Egg hunt.

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They celebrate a holiday which is commonly known as Passover.

The Jewish

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This holiday surpasses Easter as the largest candy-consuming holiday

Halloween

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How long is the Lent?

40 days and 40m nights.

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People fly kites there on Good Friday.

In Bermuda.

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Rabbits (bunnies) are a symbol of this.

Fertility or rebirth.

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How many times can the jelly beans that people ate last year circle the Earth?

(More than) 5 times!
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How did king Edward I start the tradition of dyeing eggs?

He ordered 450 eggs to be decorated and handed out as gifts

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In these countries, kids decorate their own bonnets with bunny ears, chickens, eggs, chocolate, or flowers.

In Australia, the UK and the USA.

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