Slavic symbol of hospitality

In famous Russian capital, Moscow, there is a square called “Square of Three Railway Stations”, this is the place where the railroads from tens of destinations from Russia meet in one point at Moscow. So naturally lot of people come each day to Moscow and sometimes they are met with a beautiful 30ft tall figure wandering around between the cars. To give a loaf of bread with salt for guests is an ancient Russian (but Slavic in general) custom that symbolizes hospitality. via(source)

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