"The night of the Holy Sylvester, the last night of the year, has always been the night of fools and a funny good time. The saint of this day, Pope Sylvester I, according to legend is the man who healed from leprosy and baptized the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great.
= What are some of the celebrations that Buddhists celebrate? = == == Buddhism is practiced in many countries, which have different cultures, so holidays vary from country to country. One holiday most Buddhists celebrate is the Buddha's birthday, which falls in the spring. The actual day is deter...
Every day, the Jews set aside one day called the Holocasut Rememberance Day. Many people mourn that day, or they pray in their synogauges, or they visit the dead. May 1, 2011 was the holocaust rememberance day this year. People will remember it because it is the same day Osama Bin Laden was killed
Your question is phrased somewhat oddly, but I think you're looking for "Holocaust Remembrance Day."
No Germany does not. The term Pilgrim is unique to the US and refers to the first immigrants who came and established living quarters and farming. As a part of Europe, Germany and Bavaria have a rich history of culture and peoples such as the Germanic Tribes.
No, the swastika is not illegal in Canada. As part of a Hallowe'en costume, you would be justified in wearing it; many would see it as a very good idea for such a costume.
It's very common to buy a Christmas tree and decorate it. Christmas is celebrated on 24th December, 25th and 26th are the first and second day of Christmas. Typically families will spend the 24th together, with a large dinner and presents afterwards (which are put under the Christmas tree over th...
This memorial is called "Kleiner Partisane" auf stands in Warschau, in Poland.