This section contains postcards dedicated to celebrating a birthday.
Happy Birthday! children boy bear (Code: c000064)
Happy Birthday! hare basket fruit flowers (Code: c000059)
Happy Birthday! dwarf flower (Code: c000054)
Happy Birthday! hare hedgehog squirrel cake flowers (Code: c000049)
Happy Birthday! bear flowers Zarubin (Code: c000043)
Happy Birthday! bear bagel flowers (Code: c000041)
Happy Birthday! Hedgehog accordion. mushroom (Code: c000038)
Happy Birthday! hare strawberry (Code: c000033)
Happy Birthday! Little squirrel with wreath of daisies. (Code: c000024)
Happy Birthday! The dog bouquet of flowers. (Code: c000021)
Today is the birthday of people all over the world, with the exception of some sectarian organizations. Different countries have their own peculiarities of this holiday, but the essence is the same: relatives and friends come to visit the hero of the occasion, bring gifts, have fun and enjoy various goodies.
In Russia, in the 17th century, birthdays were celebrated, not birthdays. To consider these two holidays as the same is wrong, these are completely different days. The thing is that in olden times the priest in the church gave the name to the child. For this, he took a special book called the Svyattsy. It contains all the holidays and the names of canonized saints on the days of their commemoration. In honor of such a saint the name was given to the baby. Thus, before the birthday and birthday coincided.
In the XIX century, only nobles and rich merchants began celebrating birthdays in Russia. And only since the 20th century has the tradition spread among the people.
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