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Tourism Calender For The Month Of July

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July 5, Ommegang Pageant, Belgium

This pageant is held in Brussels to commemorate a procession that was held in 1549 in honour of Charles V. The procession today is a recreation of that historic event and winds its way from the Sablon Church to the Grand Place. The event showcases the rich history and culture of the city. See www.ommegang.be

July 5-8, World Lithuanian Song Festival:

This festival is held in Vilnius, the capital city of Lithuania. This 100-year-old festival has become one of the most important cultural events in the country. Among the many professional groups singing this year is 5,000-strong choir. Website : www.vilnius-tourism.lt

July 7-15, Denia Harbourfront Bull Run:

Each year the Spanish town of Denia holds a bull run at the harbour to commemorate the day of the Sacred Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ. The participants, who line up along the harbour can get away from the rampaging bulls only by jumping into the sea. Website : www.denia.net

July 11-13, Naadam:

Join the Mongolians to celebrate their national festival. The festival of the ‘three manly games’-wrestling, horse racing and archery-is held throughout the country. But the main event is in the capital, Ulaanbaatar. Though the festival has religious origins, today it commemorates the 1921 Revolution when Mongolia became an independent nation. Now women can also participate in the two of the main three manly sports-horse racing and archery. Visit : www.visitmongolia.com



July 13-15, Rainforest World Music Festival:

This music festival, held in the heart of Boreno’s rainforest in Malaysia, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Performers from all over the world and indigenous musicians from Borneo will perform on one stage in front of thousands of visitors at the Sarawak Cultural Village. Visit : www.rainforestmusic-borneo.com

July 14, Imparja Camel Cup, Australia:

Camels are known to bite, snarl, spit and supposedly hate being told what to do. So to race them you need to be either brave or crazy. For the riders, the Camel Cup at Alice Springs might be a nightmare but for spectators it is good fun. Visit : www.camelcup.com.au

July 14-22, Boryeong Mud Festival, S. Korea:

During the festival, visitors to Boryeong’s Daecheon beach can get mud massages and participate in man other mud-related events. It’s good fun and the mud is good for your skin too. Visit : www.mudfestival.or.kr





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