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Expat Holidays & Celebrations

Following celebrations from around the world & how expats take part


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Expat Holidays & Celebrations

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An English explanation of St. Martin's day and how it is celebrated in Germany. Along with a DIY tutorial for making your own paper lantern. From www.berlinforallt...

Bell Lanterns, Chiang Mai, Thailand photo via thingssheloves

The winning big bamboo pole enters the doors of the Shrine in a Japanese festival full of innuendo…Bonden Matsuri | Somewhere in the world t...

‘snow mean feat to build ice sculptures on this scale! The Sapporo Snow Festival is one of Japan’s most impressive winter events with huge ...

Candlemas, Groundhog day, Imbolc, whatever you like to call it, February 2nd is a day for predicting the weather to come… If Candlema...

One big boozy fire in Scotland … Lerwick Up Helly Aa | Somewhere in the world today

Männertag & Mother's Day

Berlin Pyronale = FIREWORKS!

New Years Eve (Almost) Disaster in Berlin

A man rides a horse with a child through the flames during the "Luminarias" annual religious celebration on 1/16/14, the eve of Saint Anthony's day, which celebrates the patron saint of animals. The photo was taken in the village of San Bartolome de los Pinares, Spain. According to a tradition that dates back 500 years, people ride their horses through the narrow cobblestone streets of this small village to purify the animals with the smoke of the bonfires.

  • Justine Ickes
    Justine Ickes

    Wow, that's an intense tradition, ~ cheryl mendenhall ! I'd never heard of it. Have you seen it or been to San Bartolome during Luminarias?

  • ~ cheryl mendenhall
    ~ cheryl mendenhall

    No - but it is on my bucket list! @Justine Ickes / cultureeveryday.com

On New Year’s day, January 1st, Bulgarians celebrate Vassilyovden (or Vassilevden), Saint Basil’s Day. People in masks and head to toe, anim...

A woman walks past people performing a traditional "bear dance" in the northeastern Romanian region of Moldova on Dec. 30, 2013. The New Year's parade is a ritual that dates back to pre-Christian times, when dancers would tour villages to ward off evil spirits.

Burn a clock on Brighton Beach to banish the dark days Burning the Clocks started as an antidote to the excesses and commercialism of Christ...

Very unusual Christmas tree decoration! Don’t forget to share your tree pictures on our facebook page and we’ll share the best o...

7 Winter Drinks & How to Make them Abroad

Expat Christmas Finland

Yi Peng Festival, Thailand - Illuminating the World with National Geographic

Time to light the first candle on the Advent wreath - Happy December everyone! Advent Sunday | Somewhere in the world today

Stay awake all night in Sacndinavia for St Lucia with her Lussekat buns In Scandinavia on the night of 12th December people stay awake all n...

Dia de Muertos '06-11 by tetrabrain, via Flickr

On St Andrew’s Day (or Andreasnacht) girls should kick a straw mattress in the nude to attract a future husband, and pour molten wax i...

Happy Thanksgiving USA!

Shalom! Happy Hanukkah! Hanukkah (or Chanukah) is the Jewish Festival of Lights which dates back a time over 2500 years ago when  the  Jews ...