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The habits and Customs of peoples of the North

“There Dolgans use this custom…”

Known Dolgan poetess of Okdo Aksenova belong to the following lines: “There are Dolgans use the custom to share the first prey. Remember, boy!” In former times the Dolgans always gave part of the wild reindeer meat and fish relatives and neighbors. But the furs section were not subject. She was valuable. goods, in exchange for which the visiting traders could get guns, gunpowder, tea, flour, sugar.

Trap foxes in Siberia and in the far North they are often called “jaws” was the personal property of each hunter. Check out to pasture and pick up trapped animals in them those only, to whom these traps belonged. There was another important rule related to Arctic Fox hunting. If you have decided to set their traps to the South of those that put another hunter, you don’t need his permission. But if you want to put North of the mouth of other people’s traps, it is necessary to obtain the consent of their owner. Why is there such a custom? Everything is explained very simply: the foxes come to the land of Dolgans from the North, and therefore the hunter, whose traps are to the North, has a greater chance of success.

Little lady of the big plague

The Dolgans until the nineteenth century retained the remnants Continue reading

Central Festival in Pattaya

Shopping Mall Central Festival in Pattaya

Shopping Mall Central Festival is perhaps the most happening and popular tourist attractions in Pattaya, after the legendary Walking Street. Here scheduling appointments, go to the movies, dinner at restaurants, relax in the massage parlors, looking down on the beach Pattaya beach. Here have fun and relax after a fun day, spending money right and left, buy the coveted apartments in Pattaya and dream about the beginning of another life and be saved from the heat under the cool air conditioning, and then all over again – meet, eat, have fun… In Central Festival can have fun from morning till evening, because there is almost something for every taste, color and purse! So regardless of your gender, age and religion, you should visit this wonderful, Grand and cozy place.

Central Festival unlike any shopping center of Moscow. It is associated with a permanent celebration because it is one of the main venues for various events in the city.

Shopping in Festival

In the shops of Central Festival presented a collection of clothes and shoes of famous European and Asian (including Thai) brands, cosmetics and perfumery, jewelry, Continue reading

The weirdest festivals of the world It’s fun!

Jeremy hunter has devoted 35 years of his life to photographing ancient magic rituals and festivals in sixty countries. We offer to your attention a small selection of his photographs from the project “Celebrate all year round”.

 

1. For centuries the peoples of the highland districts of Papua New Guinea fought for land, women and pigs. Witchcraft and the calling of spirits was considered a good weapon to repel the attacks of the invaders, members of clans have coated your own body figures out of clay and created a scary mask. It was part of a psychological attack against the invasion of their territory by other clans. Pictured is a resident of the village in the valley of Vanghi, near the town of mount Hagen.

2. Group dancing and singing is one of the rituals of clans in Papua New Guinea, with which the members of the community Express their unity and solidarity. The photograph is of the faithful dance of the snake, executable by the clan Apenda, Leh, near Morobe.

3. In the period from September to November 18-day Burmese festival Fung Dau, passing on Inle Continue reading

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