Voices from Russia

Wednesday, 15 December 2010

A Multimedia Presentation. Christmas 2010 is Coming Soon… Enjoy it Whilst it’s Here!

How about a jaunt to Germany?

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Hamburg, Germany

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Sevilla, Spain

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Rockefeller Center, Manhattan, New York, NY USA

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Some English trebles, nicht wahr?

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Santa with the TSA at an airport in Ohio USA

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Cambridge, England

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Moscow, Russia

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How ’bout something Celtic?

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Beirut, the Lebanon

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Honolulu HI USA

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Washington DC USA

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French Canada, anyone?

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President Barack Obama (1961- ) with his daughter at the lighting of the National Christmas Tree in Washington DC USA

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Berlin, Germany

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The Gubas still live… in Pennsylvania!

Here’s some “cool Yule” from Russia…

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Taipei, ROC

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Newry ME USA

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Carnaby Street, London, England, UK

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Steeleye Span sings Old English carols

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Nürnberg, Bavaria, Germany

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Nuka the Sea Lion at the New York Aquarium, Brooklyn NY USA

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Rostov-on-Don, Russia

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Here’s some Norwegian sounds…

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Norwegian Julenissen in Moscow, Russia

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Liverpool, England UK

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Christians in Jakarta, Indonesia

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Christmas/New Year’s traditions of the Russian Orthodox Alaska Native people

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Palmer AK USA

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Christmas Fair in Nürnberg, Bavaria, Germany

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Cheektowaga NY USA

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Sounds of the season from Japan…

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Tokyo, Japan

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Seoul ROK

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Stockholm, Sweden

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Let’s go to Sweden…

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To all you Grinches out there who don’t like the “secular” Christmas holiday… Get *%&@#$&! It’s not religious… it never was. Take it for what it is… the secular midwinter holiday, and thank God for it. If nothing else, it inspires people to think outside of their own selfish interests, and that’s GOOD. I’m all for it… as for those who want to look down their noses at the rest of us… I’ve already given my opinion of that earlier in the paragraph, and that judgement still stands.

As Tiny Tim said, “God bless us, one and all”… I second that, and it’s a good place to end, no?

BMD

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