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Victory Day around the World – the day of honor for everyone

| June 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Victory Day around the World – the day of honor for everyone Victory day is celebrated with great affection and passion all around the world. National victories are celebrated on the day. Different countries emerged victorious in wars over the course of time, according to which they celebrate their respective victorious days. The day means [...]

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New year 2013

| June 7, 2012 | 6 Comments

New Year 2013: A Global Event Gregorian calendar is used all around the world. Most of the countries create a somewhat mix up of their cultural and traditional calendars with the Gregorian calendar and keep an eye on all the major events. Due to the incorporation, the New Year has become an important occasion that [...]

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Menton Lemon Festival – It’s All Yellow and Orange

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Menton Lemon Festival – It’s All Yellow and Orange Menton is best known for its annual Lemon Festival. The city, situated on French Rivera, near the Italian border is a well-known city for the lemons that it produces. This unique festival, also known as La Fete de Citron is celebrated annually. Because of large contribution [...]

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Christmas 2012

| June 7, 2012 | 8 Comments

Christmas 2012 – a festival long-awaited Undoubtedly, Christmas is the biggest and greatest religious event in the world, particularly in the western countries. People recommended it as the most charismatic event with the highest level of marketing and anticipation. As far as Christians are considered, the event is regarded as the most important holiday. As [...]

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Ching Ming 2012 – paying homage to ancestors

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Ching Ming 2012 – paying homage to ancestors Ching Ming is a Chinese word meaning neat, clear and bright. The Ching Ming Festival has many names such as brightness festival, ancestor day festival and Tomb Sweeping Day festival etc. On this day, Chinese visit the graves of their relatives and forefathers. They do this to [...]

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