Question: Why do Serbs kiss three times?

The three fingers salute as a national greeting is first documented in the First and the Second Serbian Uprising, at the beginning of the 19th century. It was the rebellion of the Serbs against the Ottoman rule. At the time, it symbolized the battle of the Christians against the Ottoman Muslims.

What culture kisses 3 times on the cheek?

Three Kisses: Belgium, Slovenia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Egypt, and Russia (where its accompanied by a bear hug)

How many kisses are there in Serbia?

Typically, Croats and Bosniaks will kiss once on each cheek, for two total kisses, whereas Serbs will kiss once, but three times as a traditional greeting, typically starting at the right cheek.

Why do French kiss three times?

The kiss is therefore an opportunity to show affection, friendship or respect, which involves a certain degree of closeness.” For Dominique Picard, an author on social behaviour the popularity of the custom is all to do with French people enjoying a bit of human contact.

How many times do you kiss in France?

Elsewhere in France, most residents exchange two kisses when greeting somebody, except for those in the region of Languedoc and the south of the Rhône-Alpes region. Two kisses are also customary in the French-speaking parts of Switzerland.

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