While most of us will be celebrating this New Year’s with parties and fireworks, some cultures around the world takes things a bit further with some rather unique traditions. It may be the holiday that is universally celebrated around the world, but it seems no two countries ring in the New Year quite the same way.
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Everyone loves a grand celebration, so we have rounded up some of the world’s greatest parades. Join thousands of people as you witness incredible floats, costumes, and entertainers take to the streets around the world as they bring smiles to residents and travellers alike.
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Who doesn’t love a good book? For millennia we have been reading the thoughts and stories of authors from around the world. From their humble beginnings as etchings in tablets to the first book ever printed in 1455, it is estimated that there have been well over 130 million different books printed.
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Some of the world’s most iconic cities hold semi-annual fashion weeks throughout the year, where leading fashion designers show off their latest creations. Known as the “Big Four”, the most prominent fashion capitals that put on the finest fashion weeks include Milan, Paris, London, and New York.
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Easter is upon us once again. For Christians it’s time to celebrate the resurrection of Christ and get together with family and friends, but some countries around the world celebrate the holiday a bit differently to us here in Australia. In some countries Easter means murder mysteries, while in others: self-flagellation. Some countries even use the holiday to rid the countryside of rabbits with large scale hunting competitions!
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Whether they be manmade or natural, sacred sites around the world have a way of captivating the human spirit. Well known sacred sites like Uluru, Hagia Sophia, and Angkor Wat attract scores of visitors each year. Sacred sites are alluring whether people are looking for faith or inspiration, find themselves on a path of self enlightenment, or are simply curious.
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Christmas is upon us once again and with it comes our most cherished holiday traditions. We will be setting up our trees, hanging our stockings, searching stores for the perfect gifts, singing Christmas classics, and more. But have you ever wondered where and when these traditions started?
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Christmas is a fabulous holiday we all look forward to each year. But it can definitely bring with it a lot of stress. So why not take a break from it all this season by escaping to an exotic destination to spend the holidays.
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Christmas has snuck up on us yet again, and it’s time to start searching for those perfect gifts your family deserves. Christmas markets are a great way to discover unique presents your loved ones are sure to cherish for years to come.
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On November 11 this year we will all pause. We will pause to honour and remember those who selflessly gave their life in the service of our country in worldwide war.
read more[lblAbout] Powerful places you can pay your respects this Remembrance Day
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