- San Bieito, June 11
- Santa Basilisa, patroness of the monestary, January 9
- Pilgrimage of San Roque in Santalla de Lóuzara, August 16
Coordinates: 42°44′N 7°18′W / 42.733°N 7.300°W / 42.733; -7.300
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... the city population belong to Hindu faith, Durga Puja is the most visible of all festivals ... Other notable festivals are Diwali/Kalipuja,Jagaddhatri Puja, Saraswati Puja, Dol jatra/Holi, Rakhi, Eid and Christmas ...
... Well known festivals, that are popular among the Oriya people, are the Ratha Yatra which is celebrated in Puri, Orissa, Durga Puja, Raja, Pana Sankranti (as Vaisakhi is called in Orissa ) ...
... Kalahandi is a rich land in terms of culture and festivals ... stream Hindu culture have made Kalahandi region rich with culture and festivals ... culture makes Kalahandi region rich in its culture and festivals ...
... Ashland is also home to the Summer Motion festival and Poage Landing Days, while Olive Hill also hosts the International Strange Music Weekend and the Shriner's Bluegrass Festival ... Other festivals include the Forkland Heritage Festival and Revue in Gravel Switch ... Lexington is host to the oldest bluegrass music festival in the state ...
... The National Immigrant's Festival is celebrated in Oberá, Misiones, during the first fortnight of September, since 1980 ... other celebrations of ethnic diversity throughout the country, such as the National Meeting and Festival of the Communities in Rosario (typically at the beginning of November) ... There are also Immigrant's Festivals (or Collectivities Festivals) throughout the country, for example Bariloche, Berisso, Esperanza, Venado Tuerto, and ...
Famous quotes containing the word festivals:
“Why wont they let a year die without bringing in a new one on the instant, cant they use birth control on time? I want an interregnum. The stupid years patter on with unrelenting feet, never stoppingrising to little monotonous peaks in our imaginations at festivals like New Years and Easter and ChristmasBut, goodness, why need they do it?”
—John Dos Passos (18961970)
“This is certainly not the place for a discourse about what festivals are for. Discussions on this theme were plentiful during that phase of preparation and on the whole were fruitless. My experience is that discussion is fruitless. What sets forth and demonstrates is the sight of events in action, is living through these events and understanding them.”
—Doris Lessing (b. 1919)