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The Kyiv Post challenges its non-Ukrainian readers to take a quiz and test their knowledge of the traditions of Christmas celebration in Ukraine.

Don’t forget to share the results and challenge your friends to take the quiz.

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Since you are encouraging readers to be more knowledgeable about Ukrainian Christmas traditions, you should not be posting photos of ham and turkey when posing questions respecting Christmas Eve. The Ukrainian Christmas Eve dinner is supposed to be a Lenten meal, meaning there are to be no meat, poultry, dairy or egg products.

The carol best known to English speakers may be Schedryk, but the most popular has always been Boh Predvichnyj.

Schedryk is a New Year carol, when the New Year was in March/April (depending which calandar we're talking in).

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