1. Dragon Festival, China
In behalf of Qu Yuan, who was suicided because of Quin Dynasty occupation, raft competition has been realizing at Dragon Festival.
In the 80’s, the festival started to be arranged by Europeans and Turkish. Now, one of the most important representative of the festival is Turkey.
2. Burning Man Festival, USA
For Burning Man Festival, on which some important artistes are guest, has been created an artifical city, which reflects difficult desert conditions.
As the participants wrestle with the conditions during a week, they find a chance to explore their limites. The festival ends by burning of a wood man, which symbolizes human body and its molds.
3. International Sand Sculpture Festival, Portugal
Important sculpture artistes from all around the world exhibite their talents as the determined theme for each year at International Sand Sculpture Festival.
During the festival, you will have a chance to see wonders of art which are created from sand.
4. Carnevale, Venice, Italy
Venice people dress interesting vetements and masks as the determined theme during 10 days in Carnevale festival whose origine goes to Renaissance period.
Also historical places of the city have been formed according to the theme. Generally, Carnevale has been realised at St Marks Square before Easter.
5. Albuquerque International Balloon Festival, USA
Albuquerque International Balloon Festival, is one of the most extensive balloon festival in the world. Every year, you can see nearly 750 balloons from different color and different size at the festval. Albuquerque has been organising at New Mexico.
6. Cascamorras, Spain
Liveliest version of the ‘Getting dirty is beautiful’ slogan may be Cascamorras. The participant do oil war at Cascamorras, which has been arranging for 500 years.
7. Lantern Festival, Thailand
Let’s the lights shine all the world… Lantern is the festival, which arranges every year on February or March. The participants release the lanterns to the sky. If you drop by Thailand in these months, don’t miss the wonderful visual feast…
To be continued…