In Great Britain, there are many different Easter traditions, for example, Easter eggs are labeled with names and placed in a sieve. The sieve is shaken and the last undamaged egg wins. Things are more sporty in Wales: the Welsh climb a hill at sunrise on Easter Sunday and do somersaults down the hill.
The Mexican Easter tradition is one of the few political Easter traditions that exist in the world. The streets of Mexican cities are decorated with garlands of paper towels and toilet paper two weeks before Easter, and on Easter Saturday figures made of papier-mâché are burned. This symbolizes the victory of good - and for this, figures of unpopular politicians are then sometimes created and burned.