Wednesday, February 29, 2012

The most unique Festival in the World: unique tourist


The most unique Festival in the World
The most unique Festival in the World
unique tourist - The most unique Festival in the World. Every year thousands of people gathered to take part or watch the festival. Most of the festival below is an ancient tradition, but some are very modern. Although these people are very different from each other, they do have in common: unique. If you know other unique festivals, could let me know via comments.
The most unique Festival in the World




1. Thaipusam is The most unique Festival in the World

Thaipusam is The most unique Festival in the World 
Thaipusam is a Hindu festival (which is mostly celebrated by Tamil people) held in January / February every year to celebrate the birth of Murugan (son of Shiva and Parvati). Participants shave his head and made the pilgrimage, in the end, they put a very sharp skewer through his tongue or cheek. Some of the participants to associate hooks into their backs and pulling heavy objects such as tractors. The goal is to make yourself pain - they believe the suffering, the Lord will be more sorry for her. The festival is very popular in India, but the biggest celebration was held in Singapore and Malaysia during the holidays.
2. Kanamara Matsuri is The most unique Festival in the World

 Kanamara Matsuri is The most unique Festival in the World 
 Every year in spring, Kanamara Matsuri festival (steel balls) was held in Kawasaki, Japan. This is a fertility festival Shinto people, and as you can see, made a large penis statue. During the festival period, people can buy sweets, vegetables and penis shaped gifts. The festival is very popular among prostitutes who think in participating can reduce the transmission of sexual diseases.
3. Hitting Goose Festival is The most unique Festival in the World

Hitting Goose Festival is The most unique Festival in the World 
 Until now, this annual festival held in Germany in which a goose was tied his feet and beaten up his head breaking the local people. Because of the protests of activists animal lovers, the festival is now hitting the goose that previously had been killed. The same activities were held in Spain every year where the geese hang up his head breaking. Festival of Spain was named Antzare Eguna and has been around since 350 years ago.
4. Fiesta de Santa Marta de Ribarteme is The most unique Festival in the World

Fiesta de Santa Marta de Ribarteme is The most unique Festival in the World 
 Every year in Las Nieves, Spain, the people who had near death experiences in previous years gathered to attend a Mass in celebration of Saint Marta de Ribarteme, resurrection Patron Saint. Unique part is that they go to Mass or carry the coffin carried in a coffin.
5. El Colacho is The most unique Festival in the World

El Colacho is The most unique Festival in the World
 Since 1620, El Colacho (or jump the baby) is a festival in Spain, which is held every year on the feast of Corpus Christi. The festival involves a jump on the mattress where all babies born in the previous twelve years. Adults in the village Cstrillo de Murcia dressed like the devil and go jump over a baby. Festivals often create wounds (usually in adults) and is believed to cleanse baby's jumping from sin - to christen the unusual. Pope Benedict XVI has asked the local congregation to stay away from this festival because it is dangerous and is associated with Catholicism.
6. Hadaka Matsuri is The most unique Festival in the World
Hadaka Matsuri is The most unique Festival in the World 



Hadaka Matsuri is a Japanese festival in which all participants naked. This festival has been held many times throughout the year at various places in Japan and uses a kind of traditional waist pants. Some even completely naked with their own - in fact it is estimated healthful. The festival is sometimes used mud (for entertainment) and some of the festival there are separate male and female. In certain places there is a place for children - reception ceremony, but usually the children accompany an adult festival. Festival has essentially religious element, but now virtually forgotten aspects of religion.
7. Throwing the Goat Festival is The most unique Festival in the World

Throwing the Goat Festival is The most unique Festival in the World 
 Spaniards seem to like their peculiar festivals. Every year on the fourth Sunday of January, the local people in the small village of Manganeses de la Polvorosa came together to throw a goat festival, in honor of St. Vincent de Pul, their patron saint. This festival has been around for many years no one knows when the first was staged. The festival involves a young man looking for a goat in the village, tied him and took him to the local church tower. He then threw the goat from above and from a height of 50 feet jatu and (preferably) captured by the inhabitants who carry canvas. Village officials banned the event but still continues without notice. Various groups of animal lovers complained about this a lot - even though they also rejected the complaint.
8. Fireside Saint John is The most unique Festival in the World

Fireside Saint John is The most unique Festival in the World 
 Fireside Saint John is a popular festival held in Spain on 19 to June 24. This bizarre festivals involving light bonfires (usually filled with old furniture). Local residents exchanging hot chocolate while watching the fire. But after a long time is a strange event. The children of the village took part in the run through the flames. A whole week filled with festivities including fireworks show and 86 women and 86 adolescent girls selected as "Beauties". They led the festival as a Queen.
9. Cheese rolling festival is The most unique Festival in the World

Cheese rolling festival is The most unique Festival in the World 
 Cheese rolling festival held annually in May at Cooper's Hill, Gloucestershire in England. Festival organizers involves throwing a piece of cheese down a very steep, and hundreds of people ran down the hill (very dangerous) with the aim of capturing the cheese last. Every year this event raises the victim and that's why children are not allowed to participate, although sometimes there are boys who come from the city. For children, there is a climbing race. Boys and girls compete in separate places.
10. La Tomatina is The most unique Festival in the World

La Tomatina is The most unique Festival in the World 
 Every last Wednesday in August every year in the town of Buñol in Valencia, Spain, 9000 local residents and 20000-40000 tourists go to town to throw tomatoes each other to honor the Virgin Mary and St. Louis Bertrand. This tradition has existed since the 1940s, although the event was initially not allowed Franco government. Women are usually dressed in white and men do not dress. Anyone caught wearing clothes - including women and especially tourists tend to target local residents
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