List of religious festivals

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The festival was originally a religious celebration for a good harvest season and a recognition of the achievements of the German farmers. About 500.000 attendants took part in...
map icon Hagenohsen, Germany
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Festival of Summanus
June 20th is the day before the Summer Solstice . The Summer Solstice being the longest day of the year. Summanus was a deity of evening or nocturnal lightning,...
map icon Santorso, Italy
calendar icon June 20th
Beltane-Illuminati's 2nd Holiest Day Begins
Many Wiccans and Pagans celebrate Beltane. It is one of the eight solar Sabbats. This holiday incorporates traditions from the Gaelic Bealtaine, such as the bonfire, but...
map icon Rathconrath, Ireland
calendar icon April 30th/May 1st
One of the 4 Celtic Fire Festivals. Commemorates the changing of the Goddess from the Crone to the Maiden. Celebrates the first signs of Spring. Also called "Imbolc" (the...
map icon Liscannor, Ireland
calendar icon February 2nd
Lupercalia, ancient Roman festival that was conducted annually on February 15 under the superintendence of a corporation of priests called Luperci. The origins of the festival are obscure, although...
map icon Rome, Italy
calendar icon February 15th
Pascha, also called Easter or Resurrection Sunday, is celebrated by Christians to mark the resurrection of Jesus Christ – the Son (sun) of God. Easter is a beloved tradition...
map icon Jerusalem, Israel
calendar icon 1 April (Western)/8 April (Eastern) 2018
The Passover (Pesach) is the first of the three pilgrimage festivals in Judaism. The Jews celebrate the Exodus, their liberation by God from slavery in Egypt and their freedom...
map icon Nabius, Israel
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Hare Krishna 1967
A charitable rock concert to raise funds, gain supporters for the new temple, and to popularize Prabhupada's teachings among the hippie and countercultural audience of the Haight-Ashbury scene. ...
map icon San Francisco, United States
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Saturnalia was one of the oldest and most popular Roman festivals. Christmas is the modern Christian version of Saturnalia. Also related to Yule and Winter Solstice. Saturn was a...
map icon Rome, Italy
calendar icon December 17-23
Kumbh Mela - Worlds Biggest Festival - National Geographic
map icon Allahabad, India
calendar icon Every 12 years, next in 2022.
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