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“I hid under clothes and a clown mask.
My thoughts, intentions, actions unexpected.
I am able to constantly transform and laughing to do that
what may seem to many prohibited or obscene.
To love, not love…”.
From 6 to 16 February will be one of the most famous carnival of Venice. Each year, it welcomes throngs of tourists to see and participate in this great event.
The carnival originates from the times of ancient Roman festivals and feasts in honor of the God Saturn, which began after harvest during the winter solstice and was known for a long period of mass celebrations. It is not excluded that here take their origin and carnival masks: as during Saturnalia, slaves were able to sit at the tables together with the owners, and to racial and class prejudices did not spoil the holiday, all wore masks.
There is also a medieval legend about the origin of the carnival. Once the pirates kidnapped the young Veneziano. Men went in pursuit and released beautiful girls. In honor of this event has been hosted a fun holiday that has been celebrated every year.
Before the carnival lasted six months and during the time of the meeting had worn off the edge Continue reading
January 01 — January 15
Holiday mountain trout in the province of Hwacheon
In South Korea, every year in January begins the holiday mountain trout. Tens of thousands of ice fishing enthusiasts from across the country gather in the province of Hwacheon, to try their luck on the ice of lake Pareho. The highlight of the festival are competitions on fishing in the icy water with his bare hands.
Korean holiday Haborym
Holiday Haborym (Full moon festival) is celebrated on 15 th day of the 1st lunar month. Convol Aborym — a holiday traditionally celebrated throughout the village, on this day people wish each other to have passed their woes and failures in the New year, and that year was held in abundance.
The South Koreans have great respect to holidays and celebrate them with colorful and noisy. The world-this country is famous for its festivals, become a spectator and a participant which everybody throughout the year, with your eyes on seeing these bright, lively and amazingly beautiful celebrations of life.
New year Koreans celebrate twice: to go on the holiday of the New year of the solar calendar is celebrated here quite quietly and modestly, in a circle Continue reading