20 Incredible Easter Eggs from Around the World
While you were scoping out your spring break destinations, we bet you totally forgot to research the holiday traditions of those faraway locales. Easter‘s right around the corner, and it turns out we’re not the only ones obsessed with decorating eggs. We’re sharing some of the prettiest and most ornate Easter eggs from across the globe, so hold on to your Easter baskets and get ready to take a trip around the world in 20 decorated eggs.
11. Egypt: Eating colored, boiled eggs is an Easter tradition that dates back all the way to the Pharaohs. Using vegetables to color the eggs gives them an extra little oomph in taste. (via Escapade Through Egypt)
20. United States: Back here at home, we only wish we were attending the president’s annual Easter egg roll. They design a new egg every year, and if you’re lucky, you can get the president’s signature on yours. (via Lessons Learned from the Flock)
Have you witnessed any unique Easter traditions while traveling? Got a fun Easter tradition of your own? Tell us about them below!