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The traditional act of painting eggs for Easter is called Pysanka, a Ukrainian word derived from the verb 'pysaty', meaning 'to write'. This ancient art form dates back to pre-Christian times and involves decorating eggs with intricate designs using a wax-resist method. The egg is first dyed, then covered with a layer of beeswax, and then the design is scratched into the wax. The egg is then dyed again, and the process is repeated until the desired design is achieved. The end result is a beautiful, brightly coloured egg that is a symbol of Easter and a reminder of the joy of the season.
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