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10 most interesting new year traditions and customs of the world

Comes the time of new year holidays. Bright lights, shiny balls, pre-holiday fuss and magical atmosphere once again return us to the children’s tale.

I love the New year for his magic, his mysterious appeal, for meetings with family and friends, for fun conversation and laughter, fireworks and sparklers — this is a good holiday loved me since childhood.

In every corner of the world, in every home and every family has St OI tradition for the holidays. For example, in my family, earlier early morning, and now, when all will gather for a birthday, the family is built, spoons banging on pots and marching towards the birthday boy to give him a gift. And on New year’s day my mom still puts the gifts under the tree, although it may still Santa Claus.

Today I want to talk about Christmas traditions and customs of different countries of the world, which seemed to me the most curious. Sit back, you will find a lot interesting.

Impulsive and fun the Italians are convinced that together with the old year goodbye and with all the junk, that’s why there is an Italian tradition for the New year to throw away unnecessary things. Often they throw rubbish from their Windows and curiously watching Continue reading

Autumn festivals and celebrations of hunters and fishers

III international festival of hunters and fishermen was held in Yalta from 24 to 26 September. On festival there have arrived representatives of the hunting societies of the United States, Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine. In Kamchatka celebrated the ancient holiday of the indigenous inhabitants of the Peninsula – the Itelmens. This thanksgiving indigenous people of Kamchatka for the generous gifts and awarded local nature

From 24 to 26 September in Yalta hosted the III international festival of hunters and fishermen. The ceremony was attended by Deputy mayor of Yalta Elena Yurchenko and representatives of the hunting societies of the United States, Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.

The opening of the festival began with a solemn procession participants along the seafront of Yalta, where each team was able to provide uniform, flags, decals, and emblems of their clubs. Then a festive procession situated on Lenin square, where he held the official opening of the festival.

Congratulating the participants and guests of the festival, Vice-mayor Elena Yurchenko said that Yalta happy to host hunters and fishermen from all over Continue reading

Beer festivals.

Continue to collect annual information about European beer festivals. The list is only beginning to emerge, so if You have information about interesting beer events in 2015, please let me know for inclusion in a list of beer festivals.

Let’s begin the review.

1)Brugge Beer Festival. Belgium

February 7-8,

Bruges

75 Belgian Breweries and over 300 brands of Belgian beer waiting for your tasting in one of the most beautiful cities in the world – Bruges.

More than 300 British and foreign Beers, cider and Perry. An excellent start to the festival season from CAMRA.

4) Tabor Beer Fest – Slavnosti Piva. Czech Republic

16-21 February

Tabor

Hotel Palcat in Tabor once again hospitably opens its doors to us for the oldest beer festival in the Czech Republic. Brewers from all over the Czech Republic, Europe and even Asia ready to give us their news and familiar beer specialties. Besides, we will beer competition in all categories of Czech beer.

5)Barcelona Beer Festival. Spain

13-15 March

Barcelona

The Spaniards are trying to grasp the trend of craft beer and the fourth beer festival, another attempt. Will see what happens against Continue reading

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The Most unusual festivals in the world
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