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Spirit day

In may, our ancient ancestors all over Europe widely and lavishly celebrated the Spring. Living on solar and lunar cycles, the ancient Russians and other Slavs, and Celts, Germans and other nationalities at this time performing rituals for the fertility of land, bringing the cattle to summer pastures and festivities celebrating the arrival of this heat. Read about Spirit day, a Day of Spring, Walpurgis night, Beltane and other ancient folk festivals may

Spring day in may, celebrated almost everywhere in Europe and Asia. It’s spirit day, the Slavs, the festival of Flora in ancient Rome, the Walpurgis night and may day the German and Scandinavian tribes, Beltain Celtic peoples, Nowruz in Iran. In the pagan calendar based on solar and lunar cycles, the may festivals were at the midpoint between the vernal equinox (20-21 March) and summer solstice (June 21) .

Spirit day (Rosalina) – the ancient Russian holiday

Main Russian and East Slavic ancient folk festivals the summer fell at the end of may (later than in Central and southern Europe) and, of course, were tied to the land and its fertility. In spirit day (Rosalina, Mermaid, Mermaids) Continue reading

You are invited festivals

Festival of author’s song of a name of Valery Grushin Late spring in Chelyabinsk calendar of arts was awarded three sounded quite bright and large-scale festivals — is the regional festival “Theatre spring”, which summarized the results of two creative seasons 12 theaters in the area, “Theatrical experiences-98” is held for the fifth time “Dummy” international laboratory of experimental theatre, and star kaleidoscope-98″ — the second international festival of children’s music. In June, the festival stage will be replaced literally open for all meadows and fields. Two well-known festival go on summer space, inviting in your circle now folk artists, Amateur artists, performers of art song — Ilmen and Bazhov.

“Will swing the dome of the sky. ”

– for the 25th time this year Ilmensky festival turns 25 years old. The predictions that the previous (officially the 21st, there were three underground) will be the last, thank God, not destined to come true. With great difficulty, to Express discontent and nominating severe conditions (after all, again, more than 10 thousand (!) people will have three Continue reading

Top 20 most vibrant cities

And how do you feel? Improved after our virtual tour of the most colorful cities of the planet? I hope so. Then we continue the “travel” to cities that seem to have gone from the pages of children’s books and attracted by his beauty.

Awaits another dozen amazing cities that are full of streets and houses, rainbow mood and state of eternal celebration of life.

It seems that the artist just took the brush and bright colors sprinkled rock. The brightest city in the world, from the most variegated coloured houses, blue sea and fragrance of flowers. It’s all about Manarola – a small Italian town in Liguria. And let the Italian Riviera known for many other attractions, but Manarola – it is something! It is somewhat reminiscent of a huge whale cartoon, which floats on the waves, and upstairs are small colored houses, drive colored small cars and little people live. When the evening comes, and in every window, the lights and streets lights, and the city turns into a colorful bright Kingdom on loose rock.

In the Indian state of Rajasthan Continue reading

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Top 20 most vibrant cities
And how do you feel? Improved after our virtual tour of the most colorful cities of the planet? I hope so. Then we continue the "travel" to cities that seem…

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Ancient Slavic holidays.
In the past people lived in unity with nature. The changing seasons affect the way of life and was the basis of the mystical (religious) rituals – holidays. Major holidays…

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