Who does not remember the spirits that covers the person preparing for the journey? Vacation, travel, new experiences, new encounters, new friends – all of this tourism.
Tourism day marking the end of the tourist season in the Northern hemisphere and the beginning – in the South. The holiday is celebrated in most countries of the world, tourist gatherings, celebrations and festivals.
Brightest holiday is celebrated in his home in the town of Torremolinos, in Spain, where the streets with parades in traditional costumes, the music, dance performances are held and a nightly show, theatrical performance involving horses. Celebrate everywhere — in the centre of the city, the beaches of Bajondillo, this one and Carihuela. Spaniards celebrated all tourists, due to which a small fishing town turned into a popular Spanish resort. This day is free to try traditional Spanish cuisine, such as grilled fish with wine, sangria, and a huge Spanish paella, which is served on the beach.
Guests of Madrid to this day look for the free trips and bouquets of daisies from dressed in the uniform of the flight attendants of girls standing on lawns. During the week in the main square of Madrid, especially for tourists, screens will be devoted to museums, transport, security and much more.
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In August, quite a lot of holidays and not only formal, but very unusual. Celebrate them in different corners of the globe fun and interesting. With some of them today we’ll introduce ourselves.
Since 1984 with an easy left hand British lefties 13 August worldwide annually celebrated “left-hander’s Day”. By the way, funny the fact that in the imperishable work of the Russian writer Nikolai Leskov- «left-handed» our left-handed craftsman shod toy flea, made right-handed
Brussels flower carpet — so-called holiday, which is celebrated Belgians on August 13-14. Every two years in the Central square of Brussels Grand place is spread a carpet of begonias live “tuberose grandiflora” (this variety was bred in 1860 in Flanders). The fragrant freshness of begonias supports within two days of the holiday the whole system of fountains, organically included in the plexus ornaments from 800 thousand colors. August 14 all gather in the square near the city hall, where a sound and light show, and the sky all night illuminated by fantastic fireworks. Continue reading
Solstice — time in the yearly rotation of the Earth around the Sun, when there is the shortest day or the shortest night. In year two solstice — winter and summer. In the Northern hemisphere the winter solstice occurs on 21 or 22 December and then there is the shortest day (and longest night), summer — 20 or 21 June and then there is the shortest night and the longest day). In the southern hemisphere on the dates given are, respectively, the summer and winter solstices.
In the mid-latitudes, during the year, in spring and early summer, the Sun every day rises higher above the horizon, and at the time of the summer solstice stops and changes its movement reversed. Then it rises every day and in the end, at the time of the winter solstice, again changes its movement in reverse and starts to climb.
In the times of the solstices the Sun in its apparent motion along the Ecliptic is most distant from the celestial equator, reaches its greatest declination North or South.
Due to various inequalities in the motion of the Earth, era solstice oscillate at 1—2 days. The summer solstice, when the Sun has the greatest Northern declination, it is an average of 21 June, this day is the beginning of summer. The winter solstice, when the greatest southern declination Continue reading