Easter Statistics Infographic
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Easter by the Numbers

Easter holiday, which happens on Sunday after Good Friday, is Christianity’s celebration of Jesus Christ’s resurrection. Currently, besides church attendance, the movable feast commonly involves Easter eggs together with rabbits and bunnies. The illustration below present different interesting facts and statistics about this special religious feast and how American Christians celebrate it. See also the Genealogy Chart of Jesus Christ and History of St. Patrick’s Day.

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  • Babaduk

    I know what the easter egg represents. I don’t know about the bunny.

    • monsterpink

      The German immigrants introduced Easter bunny to America. They spread their stories of an egg-laying hare.

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15/04/2017