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By Hanna Destaw   
Monday, 22 June 2015 06:38

It is 2 pm in the afternoon, a day after the Ethiopian Orthodox Easter, and I am in Piazza with friends. After a morning of attempted errands post-Easter festivities (many businesses are still closed), we headed to Enrico’s for pastries. Although always busy, today’s queue outdid itself. Having endured 40 days of fasting with no dairy or meat, Orthodox Christians have come out to indulge, snaking around the counter and spilling out onto the street, waiting for their sweet treats. Add a comment

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