Carnival

Did you know  Carnival had its origin as a pagan festival in ancient Egypt, then this popular festival was adopted by the Roman Catholic Christian church in Europe as the festival of Carne Vale. The word Carnival is made up of two Latin words: carne, meaning flesh,  and vale, meaning farewell. The Carnival marks the beginning of Lent. Nowadays it’s celebrated in many countries around the world.
Here you have links to the 5 most popular Carnival in the world:

a) Carnival in Tenerife                  b) Carnival in Notting Hill (London)

c) Carnival in Venice     d) Carnival in Rio de Janeiro    e) Carnival in Cadiz

Una respuesta a “Carnival

  1. Alejo Daniel Medina Gallardo 2ºBachillerato B

    The carnival are an of the parties most important of the world, been the most important the Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and the Carnival of Río Janeiro. The carnivals produce juy in the persons most young people, and even in the grown-ups person, as like this the prove the Gala of choice of the grown-up queen of the Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

    There is that to say that the carnivals are very representatives of any towns as Santa Cruz de Tenerife, that is famously well known for its carnival.

    In conclusion, the carnivals to make happy to the townsfolk, and the make to forget for an week the best wishes bad.

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