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Unusual british traditions
Unusual british traditions
Unusual british traditions
Unusual british traditions
Unusual british traditions
Unusual british traditions
Unusual british traditions
Unusual british traditions
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Unusual british traditions

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  • 1. Kaja Huttunen
  • 2.  Cheese rolling-juustu veeretamine Daredevil event-hulljulge sündmus Annual-iga-aastane Wacky race-hullumeelne võistlus Hurl-viskuma, heitma Wheel-ketas, ratas Locally-kohalikult Participants-osalejad Spectators -pealtvaatajad Tumble over- segi paiskama; lööma
  • 3.  The annual wacky race Hurling down a hill Impossible to remain standing Seven or eight pound wheel of locally made Double Gloucester cheese Participants on Cooper`s Hill Spectators are tumbled over
  • 4.  Villagers of Shebbear in Devon A stone under an acient oak tree Weighing about 1 tonne Legends abuot the stone Has been moved away from Shebbear Mysteriously keeps returning The devil is under the stone
  • 5.  Straw- õlekõrs Since-alates
  • 6.  At Whittlesey Is paraded around the town Host of dancers and musicians A man in a straw costume Since the 19th century
  • 7.  Custom- komme; tava Well- kaev Spring- allikas Flower petals- lille kroonlehed Mosses- samblad Seeds- seemned Pagan tradition- paganlik traditsioon Purity of water- vee puhtus During the Black Death- katku ajal
  • 8.  A summer custom Wells, springs or other water sources Pagan tradition Purity of the water During the Black Death From Tissington, Derbishire in 1349 Natural materials Flower petals, mosses, beans and seeds

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