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TOP 10 most fun holidays of the planet

Today hardly anyone not familiar with the popular Oktoberfest beer festival. However, looking in the travel calendar, you can find there a lot of unusual, bright, cheerful holidays. So, welcome, top-rated the most fun and awesome holidays for tourism.

Tomatina is the wild battle. But I am glad that the victims in the battles there, except for the scarlet tons of tomatoes. It is difficult to name the founder of this madness. However, Tomatina has truly become a national pastime and tradition of the Spaniards. The celebration is held from the distant 1945. It is held the last Wednesday of August in the town Bunol. About 3 dozen thousand inhabitants plotting bloody shooting tomatoes and insanely happy this entertainment.

2. Party “Full moon”

World famous Thai island of Koh Pha Ngan every year becomes the host of the party. According to the legend, a party in honor of the full moon organized in the 80’s. 10 of thousands of tourists from all over the world gather at the moon “party.”

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FESTIVAL "PETERSBURG AUTUMN"
The thirteenth time November Billboard of St Petersburg is decorated with concerts, exhibitions, literary meetings and conferences have already become a good tradition of the international festival of Russian art…

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