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European gastronomic festivals

Beer in Munich, lobster in Spain, or wine in France? Guide to culinary holidays in Europe.

Long want to visit Europe, but can’t find a decent reason? Of course, the Old world is beautiful for its unforgettable history and architecture – but it’s so corny… For those who want to European vacation were really “delicious” is not superfluous to familiarize with the list of European cities that are famous for their culinary festivals and holidays! Particularly relevant gastronomic journey will be now, when every little bit famous the city is hosting a special celebration, associated with the end of the agricultural season in the region, harvesting and tasting the fruit.

So, foodies Belarus, do not lose time in vain, and unite and go to Europe in the fall to not only please the eyes and the stomach!

Definitely the most “common” and popular European culinary holiday European autumn – famous “Оktoberfest” in Germany. Every year about six million fans of German beer and sausages concerted series go to Munich to join this amazing event. According to statistics, during the celebration of the drink about 600 million liters of beer, eaten 600 thousand Continue reading

Summer holidays and entertainment

Can anyone have a script, so no special training had to hold the ball. aga:

maybe this amiss, or at least have something to start from:

Flower festival

(for children of the senior group)

The presenters of the event – the children of the senior group dressed in costumes of flowers “carnations” and “Dahlia” (and other colors).

Course of the holiday

Carnation. Summer – the period of the most beautiful holidays. Fresh flowers filled our garden. Many of you guys came in clothing colors and brought flowers.

Dahlia. From the sky rainbow fell on the meadows,

In the garden the sun is playing, perked up all around,

And flowers and dew Shine gentle fire.

The children sing the song “Wreath” (music by G. Frid, words by N. Frenkel).

wreath

1. Here we now have a rosy summer

And calls on green space.

And the flowers, like a variegated carpet.

And take me with you.

Presenter (refers to the cornflower).

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Myths and celebrations of Iran

For many millennia from mouth to mouth went the ancient myths and legends. Perhaps to you they may seem like an invention. But ancient Iranians believed that all this happened actually.

THE MYTH OF THE KING HUANGHE AND UNRAVELED THE MYSTERY OF FIRE

Once the king of Hushang went hunting in the desert. While hunting, he suddenly saw a black poisonous snake that was heading in his direction. Hushang not confused and thrown into a snake the first thing that caught him by the arm — the black stone (flint). The snake went away. And Hushang noticed that from hitting stones on the other stones came the spark that ignited the dry grass and twigs. So the king of Hushang solved the mystery of the fire and told people about it.

Since that time the inhabitants of the Iranian deserts, especially the provinces of Yazd and Kerman, celebrate the Festival of lights, keeping the ancient tradition and supporting the “eternal flame” Hushenga.

THE MYTH OF ARASH THE ARCHER AND THE HOLIDAY TIREGAN

It was in ancient times when the king of Turan Afrosiab broke in Mazandaran (North of Iran) Iranian troops of king Manuchehr. To keep the Turanians in Iran, Manouchehr made with Afrocuba agreement that one of the Iranian soldiers, climbing mount Damavand, will release in the sky arrow. Where the arrow will fall, and there will be the boundary between Iran and Turan. Afrosiab agreed, Continue reading

The Best carnivals of the world
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Daylilies Childrens Festiva
Daylilies Childrens Festival (childrens Festival) – tiny, unassuming sort of daylilies. Flowers salmon-pink with yellow throat. The small flower diameter 12 cm Blooms in late June and blooms for 35-40…

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Festivals and holidays in Lithuania
Do you want to see traditional folk dances, listen to the modern jazz or to visit the international art exhibition in Lithuania, you can find anything. Mostly cultural life takes…

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