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British Customs and Celebrations
British Customs and Celebrations
British Customs and Celebrations
British Customs and Celebrations
British Customs and Celebrations
British Customs and Celebrations
British Customs and Celebrations
British Customs and Celebrations
British Customs and Celebrations
British Customs and Celebrations
British Customs and Celebrations
British Customs and Celebrations
British Customs and Celebrations
British Customs and Celebrations
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British Customs and Celebrations

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  • 1. British customs and celebrations Meritxell Losilla Vilà, Marta Martínez Gallego 1r de Batx. Classe D
  • 2. London NewforYear Time for wishing the best the new year
  • 3. Which shows Chinese talents, including music, lion dances and martial arts demonstrations Chinese New Year
  • 4. St. Patrick’s Day People are wearing a shamrock in their clothes
  • 5. The London Marathon since 1981
  • 6. Pantomime entertainments Great family
  • 7. Crackers An important part of Christmas Day Diner
  • 8. Easter Monday With events such as: Boiled eggs, Simnel cake, Roast Lamb, the big cake...
  • 9. City of London Festival Revitalizing the British culture!
  • 10. Notting Hill Carnival The world’s largest carnival that attracts almost 2 hundred people…
  • 11. Guy Fawkes´ Night Commemorating the failed attack to Britain…
  • 12. The Christmas tree of Trafalgar Square A giant Christmas tree around 20 to 25 metres…
  • 13. Boxing Day Side of the poorest…

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