I know every country has their festivals or traditional programs. During the Breathtaking Festivals days, million of people are gathered around the world. It is celebrated in different countries in the different season and those people who love festival who quickly attend all countries famous festivals. For your convenience, I mention a list of some amazing festivals around the world. After reading this article, you decide that which festival you should see before death.
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1- The Rio de Janeiro Carnival – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival is the famous festival of the world which is celebrated in Rio de Janeiro Brazil; it was started in 1823. It is filled with parades, music, drinking and people having fun. It’s the five days celebration, the Brazil Government announce the national holidays, and it bring half million of foreign tourist each year. It is celebrated every year, 46 days before the Easter festival. Carnival festival roots are believed to be in the tradition of the Roman Catholic.
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2- Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year festival is also known by the name of Spring Festival, as it is called since the 20th century. Chinese New Year is the most important social and economic holiday in China. It starts with the New Moon of the first day of the Year and ends on the full moon, mean 15 days later. The 15th day New Year festival is called the Lantern Festival, which is celebrated at the night with lantern and children carrying the lantern in a parade.
3- Boryeong Mud Festival – South Korea
It is the numerous festival of South Korea, and it attracts the largest foreign people. A cosmetic company of South Korea arranges this festival, where it developed a line of cosmetic products which one product is mud and its major elements are Boryeong mud flats. Since this company couldn’t spend their money on the products commercials, because this festival was born so potential customers could feel the benefits of the unique mud firsthand. The visitors thoroughly enjoy the mud festival with mud wrestling, mud sliding, even swimming in the full mud tub. More energetic visitors can try the marine mud-training course, whilst those looking much more chilled can relax in the mud massage zone. In the evening parties, you can enjoy live music, acupuncture, and fireworks on the beach.
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4- Burning Man – Black Rock Desert, Nevada, USA
Burning Man is an annual festival of USA when up to 48,000 people gather in Nevada’s Black Rock desert to create art and express their individuality. It is actually like an acid trip – its date back to 1986, Larry Harvey is the legend of this festival. It takes its name from the ritual burning of a larger wooden effigy, which is set alight on Saturday evening. This event is described as an art, complete self-experience, and radical self-reliance. People who have gone to Burning Man gatherings claim you need to be present at to understand indeed.
5- Harbin Ice and Snow Festival – Harbin, China
This festival established in 1985 is held annually from 5 January and lasts for over one month. It is one of world’s four biggest snow festivals. Every year people build hard to believe things out of ice and snow embellish them with lights and lasers. This exhibition has a lot to propose, one can only find out after visiting it.
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6- White Nights Festival – St. Petersburg, Russia
The white nights Festival is an annual international art event which is start during midnight sun. It consists of a succession of well-known ballet, opera and music events and comprises recitals by Russian dancers, musicians, actors, and singers, on top of famous international guest stars. The scarlet sails celebration is the culmination of the White Nights season, the largest public festival somewhere in Russia with the annual 1 million people, most of whom are students from thousands of schools and colleges, both local and international.
7- Day of the Dead (Dia de Ios Muertos) – Mexico
Day of the Dead is the Mexico festival which is celebrated throughout the Mexico and around the world in other cultures. The Mexico governments announce the holiday of that day and people focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for the family and friends who have died. It’s particularly celebrated in Mexico where the day is a bank holiday. Traditions connected with the holiday include building private altars called friends, honoring the deceased suing sugar skulls, marigolds and favorite foods and beverages of the departed and visiting graves with these as gifts.
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Ah! I’m surprised after reading about these world festivals because it is entirely different festivals. I’m sure you all of you will be surprised. Other than that, many others countries have different festivals. If you have any more information about these festivals, you should share in the below comment blog. I did appreciate it, Thanks!