Thanks to a decree signed by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, Russians are to enjoy a 10-day New Year break.
The decree, signed by Medvedev on October 17, gives Russians three extended public holidays, over New Year, May Day and Victory Day.
According to a survey, Russians prefer shorter winter and longer spring holidays. Winter breaks, they say, involve costly presents and alcohol consumption, whereas spring breaks are used for spring cleaning.
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