French Easter tradition includes cloche volant, or the flying bells. All the church bells in the nation are said to fly off to Rome on Good Friday, carrying citizens' grief over Jesus' death. When the bells finally ring again on Easter morning, it's a sign that the bells have returned and is often celebrated with chocolate and other sweet treats.
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