It is fun both to decorate and eat an Easter egg, a symbol of world reborn in spring!

On 27 March, the Nida Culture and Tourism Centre “Agila”, together with the curious and creative participants of the education project “Waiting for Holy Easter”, tried one of the oldest Easter egg dyeing techniques using wax, talked about the symbolic and meaning of ancient patterns. The educational event was overseen by Audronė Buržinskienė, leader of the folk group Giedružė, and Edita, an educator of the Museums of Neringa.

We wish everyone a happy and high-spirited Easter!

Photos by Edita Anglickaitė-Beržinskienė