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Monstra – Lisbon Animation Film Festival 18-29 March 2020 Since 2000, MONSTRA | Lisbon Animation Festival has as main goals to celebrate artistic transversality and to promote encounters between people with different artistic backgrounds by using the most basic and multidisciplinary language we know: the one of Animation Cinema. Throughout the years, the Festival has...

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Akwasidae Festival of the Ashanti in Kumasi The Akwasidae Festival (alternate, Akwasiadae) is celebrated by the Ashanti people and chiefs in Ashanti,[1] as well as the Ashanti diaspora.[2] The festival is celebrated on a Sunday, once every six weeks, according to Wikipedia. The Akwasidae Festival is next only in importance to The National Day celebrations.[3]...

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Voodoo Experience in Kumasi Step into the world of voodoo in a 6-hour tour from Kumasi. Here, you would experience the thrill of a lifetime as you meet up with local voodoo priest who explains old rituals, dances and fetishes and also cast spells. To make you tour more interesting, you can have a personal...

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Music For Cancer Whelans Dublin 4th January 2020 As the name suggests, this is a fundraiser concert in aid of cancer and all proceeds will go to the Irish Cancer Society. The benefit gig has been organised by Sarah Barrett, writer of the Berlin guide, and Kate O’Loughlin in memory of both of their Mams....

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Mauritius Maha Shivaratri Festival The Mauritius Maha Shivaratri festival is the largest Hindu pilgrimage outside of India! Thousands of devotees walk from all corners of the island to Ganga Talao our sacred lake at Grand Bassin to celebrate the Great Night of Lord Shiva The crater lake is tucked away in the mountains of the...

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Dolphin Watching Tours Mauritius Mauritius, a paradisiac island where you will be able to make your dreams of observing dolphins in their natural environment comes true. Dolswim can make this dream even more beautiful. Dolswim makes it possible for you to swim with the dolphins and under the supervision of professionals. Swim with the dolphins,...

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Galway Live Music An Pucán As featured in the Travel Inspires’ Live Music Pubs in Galway, An Pucán is one of Galway’s best live music bars seven nights a week. With an events list boasting some of the finest musicians and bands in the area along with a beautiful beer garden and an excellent whiskey...

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Transmediale Berlin 28th January to 1st March 2020 Networks are everywhere, whether personal or organizational, for social or business life, centralized or decentralized: node-based communication and information exchange has arguably become the defining technological, economic, and cultural form of globalization and the digital society. A certain network idealism permeates the globe, resulting in all forms...

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Holi Festival Jaipur 9th and 10th March 2020 Holi is also a majorly celebrated festival in India. It is commonly known as the Festival of Colours and also as the Festival of Love. Generally the Holi Festival is celebrated in March in accordance with the Hindu calendar. It will be on 9th & 10th March...

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St. Patricks Festival Dublin Friday 13th – Tuesday 17th March 2020 The principal aim of St. Patrick’s Festival, since its inauguration, is to develop a major annual international festival around the national holiday over which the ‘owners’ of the festival, the Irish people, would stand proud. It sets out to reflect the talents and achievements...

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