Share a terrific find – doll series Venice carnival! For collectors and lovers of porcelain dolls is a real treasure! Fortunately, these dolls are on sale in Russia.
Where to buy. Section to them found in Ozone.
Section is called the Elves and dolls. The elves are already more or less familiar, but these dolls. A real collector’s variant, unusual and very interesting.
Some dolls (I liked most) made in the form of cats and cats dressed like people. an indescribable feeling of fairy tale, carnival, celebration, Venice, and somehow the thought of France evoke.
What are traditional Venetian images? This is primarily a cat, Citizen, Dr. Plague, Bauta Venetian Lady. Popular also masks and outfits that came in the carnival tradition has been on the scaffolding street theatre Continue reading
In a year there are only two holidays that should be mentioned in the circle of his relatives and friends. One such activity is own birthday, and others – the birth of Christ.
In different countries this holiday is celebrated in different ways. Someone is going to him for several weeks, and some people even prefer to ignore it. In order to know how to celebrate Christmas in the UK, it is necessary only to turn to the true Englishman, who does not change their traditions and each year attracts friends and relatives at a beautifully set table.
Let us consider how to celebrate Christmas in the UK, and what needs to be done to have fun.
A few weeks before cherished date all the Kingdom of England was transformed beyond recognition. Houses are decorated with garlands, trees – tinsel and rains, shop Windows begin to Shine bright packaging gifts and figurines in the form of angels and Father Christmas, on the doors of private houses hung bright Christmas wreaths in the Windows and one can see lush spruce, decorated with huge colorful glass balls and gold bows.
Before the onset of the holiday people put on long Continue reading
The third of March in Japan celebrates Hina Matsuri is a holiday that Russian call girls Holiday or Holiday dolls, and Japanese still Jesi-but sekku (the Celebration of the first day of the snake) or Momo-but sekku (peach blossom Festival). Actually, this holiday is not quite the 3rd of March. Traditionally it was celebrated on the 3rd day of the 3rd moon, and lunar calendar, as we know, not the same as solar. But in modern Japan lunar calendar is no longer used and favorite holiday just moved on the 3rd day of the 3rd month of the solar calendar. Hina Matsuri is one of many in Japan Matsuri, seasonal celebrations, which are closely related to the Shinto religion. Of course, initially, their value was purely practical – it was magical rites intended to ensure the well being of the community. Equally natural that in our days, to put it mildly, not all think about the deeper meaning of a holiday, and many perceive them simply as old traditions and a chance to celebrate together.
As for Hina Matsuri, in this day in ancient times was made a ritual of getting rid of diseases and misfortunes. Priests endured all sorts of trials and misfortunes on the little Continue reading