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Interesting holidays of the world

Folklore and tradition come in a selection of photos of the strangest festivals on five continents. Selection of interesting festivals from around the world.

Competition in the highlands of Scotland. Party games, dressed in a traditional Scottish kilt, will compete in the hammer throw in the competition, which is held in Glenfinnan. Traditional Scottish games consist of competitions, dances, food and drinks to relax from everyday work.

Fire Festival Beltane, Scotland. “The Celts” with bare torsos raise the torches during the festival of Beltane Fire near Carlton hill in Edinburgh. These annual festivities are a modern revival of the ancient Celtic celebration of the arrival of summer.

Holiday naked men. Hadaka Matsuri (literally, the feast of naked men) in Okayama, Japan, is a traditional festival which has been celebrated for 1200 years. Picture was taken in winter, the temperature is about 9 degrees. Men dive into the icy water, passing the rite of purification.

Vegetarian festival, Thailand. Believers temple at Bang Neow, participate in the parade of vegetarian festival on Phuket island in Thailand, stick a weapon in itself, in protest. Chinese immigrants gave rise to this Taoist ceremony in 1825, when people who believe in God, ate vegetarian food to be saved from the epidemic.

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Another world in Cannes
Celebrities on the red carpet of the Cannes film festival, salsa, Kizomba and Zumba as a warm up before dynamic Pantiero festival, which returns this year in a new format.…

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Menopaus - the Most fun holidays
Where and when: the last Wednesday of August in the Spanish town of Bunol, near Valencia. It is a fierce battle without casualties, except for a ton of tomatoes. Who…

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Theme party Secretary's Day
What we celebrate: Any holiday office worker. For example, can celebrate Secretary's Day . Official Secretary's Day in Russia, but traditionally this holiday is celebrated on the third Friday of…

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