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Christmas is sweeping the planet
Every holiday has its conventional character. Detail which is inherent only to him, is its integral part and the highlight of this festival at the same time. Christmas is one…

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“Vivid childhood planet”

In the Central square of the village Kushnarenkovo district was held the festival “vivid Childhood planet”, dedicated to the International children’s day.

How wonderful that the younger generation has its own holiday! At the appointed time of the celebration to the square of the area began to approach the children with their parents, siblings, grandparents, teachers. Thanks to adults who have left their holiday without attention and the youngest Kushnarenko – arrived by private transport: wheelchairs and three-wheeled bikes.

With words of welcome addressed chief specialist of the regional Department of education Ramil Isakova. She talked about how can spend time with the children in our area, what the camp will be available. She also wished everyone a good and happy summer holiday.

Further for kids began a long-awaited theatrical performance. Employees of the House of pioneers and schoolchildren in bright and colourful costumes professionally involved in the kids in fun games and competitions. Clowns in the face Natalya Ivanova, Irina Khabibullina, Lyudmila Valiyeva and Gulshat Safina made puzzles, played “Hockey”, has organized exciting events of “Cutting gifts”. Entertained the children and Gulnara Continue reading

Christmas is sweeping the planet

Every holiday has its conventional character. Detail which is inherent only to him, is its integral part and the highlight of this festival at the same time.

Christmas is one of the major Christian holidays. And since ancient times a symbol of Christmas was Christmas Nativity scenes. The main objective of Nativity scenes for Christmas is a praise to the Christ child. They reproduce the scene of the Epiphany.

Christmas Nativity scenes were created using three-dimensional figures or figurines in the middle ages. Such compositions was placed in the city center near the town Hall and around them were the main celebrations and formed the Christmas markets.

With time in each city and each country Nativity Scene began to acquire the features of the city, that is, all participants in the Nativity scenes are similar and clothing and appearance on the residents of the city in which the Nativity scene is set.

Each city has an individual is their Christmas Nativity scenes.

For example in the German Goslar around the Nativity scene real animals walking complementing the song, creating a realistic .

In Coburg St. The virgin Mary clothes characteristic for this town.

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Festivals and holidays in the Seychelles

Seasonal festivals in Seychelles attract a lot of guests, as characterized by abundance of fun. Very popular in Seychelles annual marathon sporting events, namely, competitions boating and deep sea fishing.

National holidays play an important role in the life of the Islands, it is Labour Day in may, and Corpus Christi, and national day in June, and the Feast of the assumption in August, and All Saints Day in November, and the feast of the Immaculate Conception in early December.

Calendar of events in Seychelles:

New year is traditionally celebrated on all the Islands in the family circle, where at midnight is sure to delight new year’s fireworks.

The marathon takes place on the island of Mahé. This event is also popular among different Nations, especially because it is designed for shorter distances and always attracts crowds of spectators who cheer for the participants.

Carnival is an international event, showcasing the cultural diversity of the Seychelles. This festival is held in conjunction with the States of Victoria and Semaine La Francophonie. In mid-March, a week of French culture is conducted on Mahé island, bringing with it a thematic Continue reading