There is no country, no civilization where religion hasn’t left its visible and beautiful traces. It's Egyptian pyramids and sphinxes storing the former grandeur, Gothic cathedrals of Europe, Armenian monasteries and cross-stones, many kilometers of stunning Indian “images” of American deserts, dainty Chinese painting, amazing Japanese art of ikebana and the shapes of rock gardens and, finally, the significant part of world literature, music, dance, art. Plunging into sacred traditions and legends, strange rituals and customs, you can, together with the Radio Vem, penetrate the arches of the majestic temples, be in the ancient shrines of different nations and under the shadows of sacred trees, find out what religion they practice, what kind of life they live, how they perceive the world and themselves, what and how they
The Slavs had various burial rites. Since the days of pastoral life up to the adoption of Christianity, the most widespread form of burial was that of kurgan. During the burial of the dead, Slavs put weapons, horse harnesses, slaughtered horses and dogs in the graves of men, and sickles, vessels, grain, slaughtered cattle and poultry in the graves of women.