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Festivals: Good Friday

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Good Friday is the Friday before Easter and commemorates the day Jesus was crucified. Good Friday is a day of mourning in church when Christians remember the suffering and death of Jesus on the cross. In some countries people act out the crucifixion and special processions take place.

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