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C., and to symbolism of the Trypillian culture in Ukraine of 3000 B. Six thousand years ago, the Trypilljan culture flourished in Ukraine.

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Trypilljan people lived in the land of Ukraine at the same time as the Egyptian pyramids were built.

The Trypilljans were a matriarchal society that worshipped "mother earth" and had little interest in power struggles concerning politics, taxes, money and ruling, as in patriarchal societies.

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I think manies have heard about the tremendous beauty of hot and sensual Ukrainian girls, but only a smaller number of them do really know that exactly in this small Ukrainian town with a poetic name Lugansk every girl is a real supermodel.

Frankly speaking, I didn’t have any version about why is it so, until the time when I introduced with one interesting and of course beautiful woman, who told me that in the time of the Russian Impress Ekatirina the second’s ruling, she dispatched all the beautiful girls to that remote area.

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Ukrainian Pysanky Eggs - History Pysanky (pysanky-plural, pysanka-singular) is derived from a Ukrainian word meaning "to write." Pysanky are eggs (either whole raw eggs, or hollow) which have been decorated with a wax-resist method where one draws (or "writes," as Ukrainians would say) those portions of the design which you want to remain the color underneath the wax.

A small, hollow funnel attached to a stick is used to heat the wax and write with. Archeologists have discovered ceramic Pysanky in the Ukraine dating back to 1300 B. They have linked Pysanky designs to those of Egyptian ceramics created in 1500 B.