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January was a crazy month of carnivals

February was a crazy month of carnivals After celebrating Christmas and New year’s Europeans (and people from other continents involved in the European culture) only slightly recovering. And people begin to celebrate Shrove Tuesday, Carnival, Winter – whatever you like. It captures the madness about two weeks in late January and early February. So we decided to sdoit January and February posters – especially in his “Christmas” Billboard in January we have already unwittingly climbed. Austria

In cities and towns in Austria in the winter are the parades, processions, celebrations – but we will mention at this time only one event. In late January, 27, music lovers celebrate the birthday of Mozart.

Fans of the composer come to Salzburg, where these days music festival. In the program – performance of the world famous Vienna Philharmonic orchestra. Perform Mozart. This festival is a global event. Australia

If for some reason brought to Australia, be sure to linger on the main national holiday of the country – Australia Day, which will be held on January 26. More than 200 years ago, the first settlers established over port Jackson the British flag. On the occasion of this event on the streets of Sydney every year on January 26, noisy carnival. An essential component of the holiday ritual entrance to Sydney harbour flotilla of 11 ships that are copies Continue reading

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