Countries worldwide celebrate their colorful and intriguing cultures with annual festivals that attract tourists from all over the globe. From Holi, also known as Festival of Colors, to Oktoberfest, these celebrations differ greatly in how they are enjoyed and observed, but all are practiced with dedication and love. The question is, will you be able to guess what the Ati-Atihan Festival or Hocktide festival is? Take the quiz to test your festival knowledge and learn something new about cultures all the world over!
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Orthodox Christmas in Russia is not celebrated on the 25th of December but actually on the 7th of January. While their New Year Celebrations fall on the 31st of December, Christmas actually takes place after the mark of a new year. It can be seen then as a start to the Christmas festivals that begin soon after. If you visit Russia between New Year and Christmas, you will see those who do celebrate it, decorating with utmost beauty and festivity. Lights are everywhere in public places to truly spread the joy and excitement of the upcoming celebrations, and it can be a glorious sight to see in person. Regardless of when Christmas is held in Russia, it is always an amazing time to experience and very much recommended if you want to feel the festive spirit about you while exploring. If you do truly love Christmas, it gives you a chance to celebrate it twice!
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