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  • 1. Five Most Celebrated Festivals in the world
  • 2. Here are some glimpse..
  • 3. Brazilian CarnivalIt’s a two days spectacular parades put on bythe city’s samba schools, along with streetparties, live Brazilian music and plenty more.All the parades during the Carnival are openedby ‘King Momo’, the King of the Carnival.
  • 4. Nearly 100,000 paying spectators turn out for the all-night spectacle at theSambadrome. Most of the education institutes and offices where shut downduring the carnival days. Whole of Brazil goes into a party mood. Street partiesare very famous during the Carnival.
  • 5. Bastille Day in ParisThe Bastille day is celebrated on 14th July every year. The day marks thestorming of the Bastille prison back in 1789, which mark the beginning ofFrench Revolution. The celebration begins at night of 13th July with partiestaking place all over Paris. Fireworks all over the major places in Parisespecially in Eiffel Tower are worth watching too.
  • 6. The next morning mark the beginning of the traditional military parade headingfrom the Arc de Triomphe to Place de la Concorde, this parade features Frenchtroops decked out in all their official uniform.
  • 7. Whisky Festival In ScotlandThe Speyside festival is celebrated every year in the first week of May. The chainof different whiskey related activities takes place with amazing music and foodevents. It consists of wildlife walks with whiskey treats, art and craft, drama andcomedy.
  • 8. There are lot of whisky activities toenjoy from malt whisky masterclasses to exclusive tastings andpossibly even the chance to visit adistillery not normally open to thepublic. It is being celebrates allacross Speyside in Scotland.
  • 9. Songkran Festival in ThailandThis water festival is celebrated to mark the beginning of the traditionalThai New Year the name “Songkram”, comes from a Sanskrit word meaningpassing or approaching. It is celebrated all across the Thailand with peoplespraying water on each other.
  • 10. Offerings are left at temples on this dayto ring in the New Year, with plenty ofother events also taking place.
  • 11. Bullfight Festival in Spain History of the FestivalThe Bullfight was there in one from or the other from ancient days but it was inthe Iberian Peninsula that these contests were fully developed. With the passageof time it became one of the most famous festival specially in Spain. Now it is not only celebrated in Spain but its roots have spread to different partof Europe specially France and the other adjoining countries.
  • 12. All About the festivalThe Bull running is the most famous festival in Spain. It is basically running insmall group in front of the bulls those are let loose. This event consists of threerocket signals the first signal is the alert to the runner that the corral gate isopen followed by the second rocket signals that all six bulls have been released.The third and the last signals that all have entered the bull ring and therespective corral with this the event ends.
  • 13. Which one is your favorite ? Waiting for your responseFollow us on : https://twitter.com/#!/Mellisa2889 http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003692043008 Website: www.mackays-self-catering.co.uk