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The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
Twelfth Night
Twelfth Night
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
Twelfth Night (5th January) is when all Christmas Decorations should
Twelfth Night (5th January) is when all Christmas Decorations should
Straw Bear Festival
Straw Bear Festival
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The abiding influence of the Vikings, who arrived in Shetland just
The abiding influence of the Vikings, who arrived in Shetland just
After a torch-light procession of up to a thousand "guizers" through
After a torch-light procession of up to a thousand "guizers" through
After a torch-light procession of up to a thousand "guizers" through
After a torch-light procession of up to a thousand "guizers" through
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The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
Pancake Day
Pancake Day
Pancake Day
Pancake Day
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
May Day
May Day
May Day
May Day
Traditional English May Day celebrations include Morris dancing,
Traditional English May Day celebrations include Morris dancing,
Traditional English May Day celebrations include Morris dancing,
Traditional English May Day celebrations include Morris dancing,
Traditional English May Day celebrations include Morris dancing,
Traditional English May Day celebrations include Morris dancing,
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The official birthday of the Queen Elizabeth II
The official birthday of the Queen Elizabeth II
The official birthday of the Queen Elizabeth II
The official birthday of the Queen Elizabeth II
Since 1805, the Sovereigns 'official' summer birthday has been marked
Since 1805, the Sovereigns 'official' summer birthday has been marked
Since 1805, the Sovereigns 'official' summer birthday has been marked
Since 1805, the Sovereigns 'official' summer birthday has been marked
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
Cooper's Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake
Cooper's Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The Notting Hill Carnival
The Notting Hill Carnival
The Notting Hill Carnival
The Notting Hill Carnival
The Notting Hill Carnival
The Notting Hill Carnival
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
Guy Fawkes Night or Bonfire Night
Guy Fawkes Night or Bonfire Night
Guy Fawkes Night or Bonfire Night
Guy Fawkes Night or Bonfire Night
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
Boxing Day
Boxing Day
Boxing Day
Boxing Day
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain
The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain

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1The calendar of unusual holidays in 14long winter.
Great Britain. Irina Kartoshkina School 15Traditional English May Day
42. celebrations include Morris dancing,
2 crowning a May Queen and dancing around a
3Twelfth Night. Twelfth Night is an Maypole.
annual seasonal celebration held on the 16
Bankside by Shakespeare's Globe, in 17The official birthday of the Queen
London. It is a celebration of the New Elizabeth II. It's an amazing fact, that
Year, mixing ancient Midwinter seasonal for more than 50 years her Majesty
customs with contemporary festivity. celebrates her birthday twice a year. The
4 Queen's actual birthday is on 21 April,
5Twelfth Night (5th January) is when 1926. BUT it has long been customary to
all Christmas Decorations should be celebrate the Sovereigns birthday
removed so as not to bring bad luck upon publicly on a day during the summer, when
the home. better weather is more likely.
6Straw Bear Festival. The people 18Since 1805, the Sovereigns 'official'
playing the bears either dress in costumes summer birthday has been marked by the
made of straw, or are actually wrapped in Trooping the Colour ceremony, which is
straw. also known as the Queen's Birthday Parade,
7 and is normally held on the second
8The abiding influence of the Vikings, Saturday in June. The list of Birthday
who arrived in Shetland just over 1000 Honours is also announced at the time of
years ago, is celebrated on the last the UK Official Birthday celebrations. The
Tuesday of January every year, by the day is also marked by the flying of the
largest fire festival in Europe - "Up Union flag on government buildings.
Helly Aa". 19
9After a torch-light procession of up 20Cooper's Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake.
to a thousand "guizers" through The Cooper's Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake
the streets of Lerwick a full-size replica is an annual event held on the Spring Bank
Viking longship is ceremonially burned. Holiday at Cooper's Hill, it is
The "guizers" and onlookers then traditionally by and for the people who
repair to local halls for a night of live in the local village of Brockworth,
revelry, dancing and partying. Summer but now people from all over the world
visitors can get a flavour of this take part in it. The event takes its name
mid-winter extravaganza at the Up Helly Aa from the hill on which it occurs.
exhibition in Lerwick where the regalia, 21
props, costumes and a replica longship are 22
on display. 23The Notting Hill Carnival. The Notting
10 ( ). IX Hill Carnival is an annual event which
since 1964 has taken place on the streets
. of Notting Hill, Royal Borough of
Kensington and Chelsea , London, UK each
Up Helly aa August, over two days (the August bank
(Lerwick). holiday Monday and the day beforehand). It
30- is led by members of the West Indian
, , community, many of whom have lived in the
area since the 1950s. The carnival has
. attracted up to 2 million people, making
, it the second largest street festival in
. , the world after the Rio Carnival held in
Brazil.
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25Guy Fawkes Night or Bonfire Night. Guy
Fawkes Night, also known as Guy Fawkes
. Day, Bonfire Night and Firework Night, is
an annual commemoration observed on 5
. November, primarily in England. Its
11 history begins with the events of 5
12Pancake Day. Pancake Races Pancake November 1605, when Guy Fawkes, a member
races are held all over England on or near of the Gunpowder Plot, was arrested while
Shrove Tuesday. The object of the race is guarding explosives the plotters had
to get to the finishing line first whilst placed beneath the House of Lords.
flipping a pancake in a frying pan a 26
pre-decided number of times. The most 27Boxing Day. Boxing Day is
famous pancake race takes place at Olney. traditionally a day following Christmas
The Olney pancake race is world famous. when wealthy people in the United Kingdom
Competitors have to be local housewives would give a box containing a gift to
and they must wear an apron and a hat or their servants. Today, Boxing Day is
scarf. better known as a bank or public holiday
13 that occurs on December 26, or the first
14May Day. The first day of the month of or second weekday after Christmas Day,
May is known as May Day. It is the time of depending on national or regional laws. It
year when warmer weather begins and is observed in the United Kingdom,
flowers and trees start to blossom. It is Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and some
said to be a time of love and romance. It other Commonwealth nations.
is when people celebrate the coming of 28
summer with lots of different customs that 29
are expressions of joy and hope after a
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The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain

The calendar of unusual holidays in Great Britain

The green movement - The countries in which there are offices Greenpeace. Several active workers managed to steal up on a raft to a platform and to chain themselves to it. "Green" movement in the world. One of the largest victories in the given campaign can name refusal of flooding of an oil platform brent spar as it contained many toxic substances.

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Great Britain - GEOGRAPHY. Her official residence is the Buckingham Palace. THE ROYAL FAMILY. A traditional food is roast lamb. Great Britain consists of England, Scotland and Wales. The flag of Great Britain is red, white and blue. Christmas is celebrated all around the world. Its landscape is very picturesque. CUSTOMS AND TRADITIONS.

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The english-speaking countries - Scotland. The English-speaking countries. Australia. Disneyland. Great Britain. USA.

Great Britain - Elizabeth I. Mary. At Buckingham Palace. The national flag of the UK. Halloween Christmas 1 2. What is the kilt? In Richmond Park. 4. Match the pictures with the names of the places. 2. Countries and capitals. 1. What is the Union Jack? In the Tower of London. In Trafalgar Square.? 5. Which street in London is called "newspaper street"?

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