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PHOTO GALLERY: Celebrating Easter, from New York to Manila


(Reuters)
Angelina Miller, 2, takes part in the Easter Bonnet Parade in New York
(Reuters)
Performance artist Davey Mitchell, dressed up as "iBunny" in New York
(Reuters)
Jaye DeGroof, 9, poses for a photo as she takes part in the Easter Bonnet Parade in New York
(AP)
Indian Christians decorate Easter eggs in preparation of Easter Sunday in Gauhati, India
(Reuters)
A boy poses for a photo holding eggs during Easter celebrations, in Abra Lebanon
(AP)
A Filipino boy rides inside a styrofoam box in Manila's bay, Philippines as they celebrate Easter
(Reuters)
Swiss guards stand at attention before the start of the Easter mass led by Pope Francis in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican
(Reuters)
People dressed up as Easter bunnies take part in a guerrilla marketing campaign in New York
(Reuters)
John Geannopoulos holds his dog Chloe as they take part in the Easter Bonnet Parade in New York
(Reuters)
A woman takes part in the Easter Bonnet Parade in New York
Mar
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People around the world prepare to celebrate Easter by painting eggs, going for a swim or taking part in New York City's annual Easter parade

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