Hello! I’m Anaïs, embark with me around the world to discover some traditions!
See you every week to discover a new tradition, are you ready?
Through 15 articles, I propose you to travel a few moments to the four corners of the world and let you disorientate thanks to the traditions, from the most known to the most unusual.
Together, let’s discover the history of these traditions and much more!
I wish you a good trip 🙂
Find my articles on different traditions by clicking below:
Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated every year on March 17. It is an Irish and Christian celebration. Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland. He is known as the founder of Irish Christianity. According to legends, he tried to explain the notion of the Holy Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit in one God) … Continue reading Saint Patrick’s Day 🇮🇪🍀
Every year in Spain, at the end of the day on January 5, the « Cabalgata de los Reyes Magos » (the Cavalcade of the Magi) begins. These are parades where carriages carrying the 3 Wise Men, followed by riders, distribute sweets to children. On the night of January 5-6, the children go to bed … Continue reading Los Reyes Magos in Spain 👑🏰🇪🇸
Depending on the country, different traditions exist to celebrate the passage to the new year. In France, the evening of December 31 is synonymous with festivities and gastronomic meals with foie gras, smoked salmon and champagne. In Canada, tens of thousands of people are swimming in icy water that is close to 0°C. This is … Continue reading New Year’s Day : different traditions 🎊