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Russian people plunge into an ice-hole during celebrations of Epiphany. Traditional 'Epiphany bathing' symbolises batism of Christ and ice-holes in rivers are blessed by the priests to represent holy waters of the Jordan River.

Russian people plunge into an ice-hole during celebrations of Epiphany. Traditional 'Epiphany bathing' symbolises batism of Christ and ice-holes in rivers are blessed by the priests to represent holy waters of the Jordan River.

Russian people plunge into an ice-hole during celebrations of Epiphany. Traditional 'Epiphany bathing' symbolises batism of Christ and ice-holes in rivers are blessed by the priests to represent holy waters of the Jordan River.

Russian people plunge into an ice-hole during celebrations of Epiphany. Traditional 'Epiphany bathing' symbolises batism of Christ and ice-holes in rivers are blessed by the priests to represent holy waters of the Jordan River.

Russian people plunge into an ice-hole during celebrations of Epiphany. Traditional 'Epiphany bathing' symbolises batism of Christ and ice-holes in rivers are blessed by the priests to represent holy waters of the Jordan River.

Russian people plunge into an ice-hole during celebrations of Epiphany. Traditional 'Epiphany bathing' symbolises batism of Christ and ice-holes in rivers are blessed by the priests to represent holy waters of the Jordan River.