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Holiday Misericordia in Reus

Marking the end of the summer season holiday Misericordia in Reus is dedicated to the patroness of the city — our lady of mercy ( Mare de Déu de Misericòrdia ). This festival is a Catalan tradition is one of the most important events in the cultural calendar of the hometown of Antonio Gaudi.

Among traditional events annual September festival in Reus — solemn pilgrimage procession with torches, performances of living builders of the pyramids (“towers”) Castells . dance the Sardana . parades with music, dancing and the obligatory pyrotechnics.

A special joy of the celebration will bring to the children: they will be able to watch the procession of giants and mythical creatures (though the roar of firecrackers is not to everyone!), see the dancing procession of devils and wild devil dance with torches-crackers. Of course, in the program there are more serious events: theatre performances, concerts of classical and contemporary music, lectures, theatre Continue reading

Famous carnivals

The carnival of Venice in 2011 will be dedicated to the unification of Italy and to women, and the festival will last a week more than usual . The final event will be the regatta rowing boats along the Grand canal, which on such a solemn occasion will be lit only by candles. The building of the Venice casino, CA’ the Vendramin Calergi, appointed one of the centers of the organizing Committee.

The theme of the carnival has identified two calendar events: in 2011 marks 150 years of the unification of Italy and the last day of the carnival, Tuesday, coincides with International women’s day i.e. 8th March. And the name “the feeling sissy” (Italian for ” Da Senso a Sissi “) refers to one of the masterpieces of Luchino Visconti, the film “Sense”, a film in 1954, and to the image of Austrian Empress Elisabeth of Bavaria, known in Europe as a diminutive of the name Cissy is a sample of the manners and refinement of the nineteenth century.

The main program of the carnival will begin on Saturday, February 26, and will run until Tuesday, March 8, with a two-day prologue in prior to the main festival weekend, February 19-20. The organization of the carnival this season entrusted to Venezia Marketing & Eventi , and artistic Director selected David Rampello with many years of invaluable Continue reading

Where is the best holiday in February

Seemed like, the Christmas holidays, when usually offered a lot of great holiday tours, behind, but here’s the thing – you’ll have a vacation in February. Do not despair – today we try to figure out where to rest in February, and believe me, this holiday is sure to be rich in a lot of bright impressions!

Actually, February is a great month for the rest. It is especially suitable for those who are curious and likes to be surrounded by holiday and beauty. And all Affairs that February is the last month of winter, which symbolizes the imminent arrival of warm spring days. That is why in many countries, a lot of amazing festivals and carnivals.

Carnival in Rio – it is famous for the riot of bright colors. In February in Brazil just a peak summer day – warm, energetic Samba and many beautiful girls in stunning carnival costumes! What could be better))) This carnival is considered one of the most famous carnivals in the world. Mass, it also takes first place, because it contains not only many carnival participants, but also a lot of curious tourists.

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Famous carnivals
The carnival of Venice in 2011 will be dedicated to the unification of Italy and to women, and the festival will last a week more than usual . The final…

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Festivals: Dubai summer surprises
Fifteenth festival "Dubai summer surprises" (Dubai Summer Surprises) will be held this year from 14 June to 14 July and will offer residents and visitors of the Emirate over 100…

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Carnival in Montenegro
For anybody not a secret that almost every people of planet Earth have inherited from their ancestors own tradition of celebrating the new year. We are not talking about the…

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