The Best carnivals and festivals around the world
  Venice Italy Perhaps the most famous and oldest carnival in the world. Every year Venice is clothed in the costumes of velvet, brocade and silk and tries on different…

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The Most colorful festival on the planet
True works of art among the books that will never lose its value. Every day people are faced with books. Today, more and more electronic. However, among books, there are…

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A Review about the flower Festival (Russia, Naberezhnye Chelny)

Bright colors of autumn

Disadvantages:

the distribution of the pie

Here again ended the annual Festival of flowers “Watercolor” in Naberezhnye Chelny has been held for over 25 years.

Flower festival is a beautiful festival of colors. The town’s main square Azatlyk, located in front of town hall that day changed and became similar to the fabulous floral meadow with different characters. And although this year the weather did not disappoint many, it was cloudy, drizzling rain, people on holiday a lot, thousands of residents of different ages, and the holiday was very good.

The festival is open to all comers, but first and foremost it is still a company town associated with the landscaping, management companies, housing and utilities, SMU landscaping, nurseries and schools, as well as gardeners, workers in the horticultural sector. All farms exhibit their work in which they place their soul, skill and imagination.

Landscape compositions that were presented, not just to do, and to follow the terms of the competition, for example, their size should be not less than one hundred square meters, of which Continue reading

Festivals and competitions of Amateur creativity

 

Festivals and competitions of Amateur creativity . festivals of achievements in Amateur art; competition held to identify the best samadet. performers. In Bashkortostan the first REP. reviews hood. samadet-making with the participation of popular singers and musicians, samadet. creative. groups (see dance Ensembles, Instrumental ensembles, Folk theatre, Folk ensembles, Choirs, Amateur) originated in the early 1930s (see also Festivals and competitions theatre). In the framework of all-Russia. and the Union. festivals Nar. TV-VA held the 1st all-Union reports. Olympiad working hood. samadet-STI (1932), the all-Russian. review of villages. and trade Union hood. samadet-STI (1945), the Union reports. review hood. samadet-ability workers and employees (1950–51), vseros. review of villages. hood. samadet-STI (1963—65), the Union reports. the festival samadet. arts, arr. The 50th anniversary Oct. revolution (1966–67), vseros. review hood. samadet-STI, arr. The 100th anniversary of the birth of V. I. Lenin (1970), the Union reports. the festival samadet. hood. TV VA workers (1975—77), arr. The 60th anniversary Led. October (2nd in 1980—82 in the framework of all-Russia. festival), the Union reports. review of samadet. Continue reading

European festivals

 

The lemon festival is held annually in the French resort town of Menton, near the Italian border. From all of the winter holidays on the Cote d’azur, it is second in popularity only to the carnival in nice, attracting more than 230 thousand people. Once one of the most important European producers of lemons in Menton these days is painted in juicy yellow-orange tone. Constructed fantastic sculptural composition of citrus, arranged a carnival parade with floats decorated with Sunny fruit. All of this beauty out of approximately 145 tons of lemons and oranges.

From 2 to 4 March 2014. Belgium, Wallonia, G. Bench. The annual carnival in Binche.

Within three “fat days” prior to lent, a small town of Bench ( Binche ) completely transformed: here the most famous carnival of Belgium, which draw thousands of spectators. During the carnival features musical processions and fireworks, and the culmination of the festival is the parade is world famous for Zhiley (Gilley) from Bensa ( Gilles de Binche ) — the main characters of the carnival, which traditionally throw the audience oranges. In 2003, UNESCO Continue reading