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    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    • New Year Celebrations in USSR
    © Sputnik / Mikhail Ozersky
    Ded Moroz (Grandfather Frost) and Snow Maiden at the New Year's holiday in the St. Georgius Hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace, 1963.

    The New Year is Russia's most beloved winter holiday, as it was in the Soviet Union.

    Take a glance at what New Year's celebrations were like in the USSR in Sputnik's photo gallery.

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    New Year celebration, fair, festival, New Year, Father Frost, USSR, Moscow
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