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
There are things that, like, are optional, but without them people would be simply boring to live.
There are many examples of similar things, but one of the most striking are the festivals.
These massive concentrations of people are somewhere at the intersection of celebration and ritual. In countries that are famous for such their activities, people come, literally, from all over the world.
And it is true, so it is important sometimes to spend time thus, “off”, to join the bubbling stream clean fun, and not a single, wholly-owned collective. This sufficiently explains why festivals are so popular.
But they are not only interesting, ambitious and so on. They can sometimes take their uniqueness, eccentricity. And then it becomes doubly better.
Included in our top 10 most unusual festivals in the world really stand out for its originality – because if there is an opportunity to visit them, it is worth to do it. After all, what else can add such a variety in such seeming normal and measured daily lives, to which we are accustomed?
Room 10 – Festival of crying children
Many ordinary people are afraid of sumo wrestlers, but during this festival to be afraid Continue reading
The holidays always bring joy and cheerful mood. Of course, everyone loves to relax and have fun. And the poles are no exception. Holidays in Poland, take a worthy place in the whole of Europe, the country ranks second for the number of holidays. There are as many as 11 . Yes, the poles love and appreciate a good rest. So delve into the world of festive extravaganza and learn what they like to celebrate poles!
So, actually, holidays in Poland much more 11. There is, for example, Day grandmother or grandfather Day, but we will focus on the most important celebrations. Usually, in those days, nothing works, all officially granted the day off. Now, we are getting to the list of holidays in Poland .
January 1 to celebrate New Year . Usually, on this day, asking “Where to go on day Sylvester?” This should not discourage You, because it means everything is very simple. If You ask this question, You just wanted to ask you where You want to celebrate the New Year. Despite some differences in the cultures, Continue reading