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  • HALLOWEEN
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    1. 2. HOW DID HALLOWEEN START?
    2. 3. The history of Halloween goes back over 2,500 years, when the Celtic  ended in late summer,  October 31 in our calendar. That last day, it was assumed that the spirits could leave the cemetery and take the bodies of people to rise again . To avoid this, the Celtic  HOUSES were "decorated" with bones, skulls and other unpleasant things, so that the dead were scared. The tradition of decorating houses with sinister motives in the current eve of All Saints and costumes goes on till our days
    3. 5. Halloween is a night of fantasy and mystery which recalls and represents everything about the world of the dead and the phenomenon of death itself, that attracts men. The origin of Halloween can be traced to old Ireland. On the Night of the Witches throughout the world represents a great scenery in memory of departed loved ones and spirits. People dress up as ghosts, skeletons, touch the door of the houses and  say “Treat or trick“, to make a pumpkin pie ….is a great celebration for children  
    4. 6. COSTUMES
    5. 7. Old people celebrate, decorate the houses and of course, gives candies to children. If they do not give candies to them kids will make a joke. For example, they will throw eggs  
    6. 12. And…….

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