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Halloween by Javi and Manolo
Halloween by Javi and Manolo
Halloween by Javi and Manolo
Halloween by Javi and Manolo
Halloween by Javi and Manolo
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Halloween by Javi and Manolo

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  • 1. HALLOWEEN <ul>By: <li>JAVIER CASTILLO SÁNCHEZ.
  • 2. MANOLO FERNANDEZ CASTILLO. </li></ul>
  • 3. FOOD <ul><li>WITCHES' POTION:
  • 4. INGREDIENTS:
  • 5. It mixes in an average shaker glass of rum, average of juice of pineapple, a quarter of curaçao green and bad ice. It wave all good and ... ¡abracadabra!. </li></ul>
  • 6. PHOTO OF TRADITION <ul>HALLOWEEN's PUMPKIN </ul>
  • 7. DATE 31 st October.
  • 8. ORIGEN Every year makes to itself more popular the celebration of Halloween's &quot;holiday&quot; or in the night of witches. The children, with the full approval of his parents, go out in the night of October 31, dresses of ghosts, vampires, skulls or demons, asking for house-to-house sweets. It mixes in an average shaker glass of rum, average of juice of pineapple.
  • 9. TRADICTION Halloween or Night of Bruges is a holiday that is celebrated principally in The United States, North of Mexico, and some provinces of Canada in the night of October 31. It has origin in the Celtic festivity of the Samhain and the festivity christens of the All Saints' Day. Largely, it is a secular celebration though some of them think that it possesses a religious background.

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