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Tourism Calender For The Month Of March

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March 2 – 4,2007 BRXL Bravo, Belgium:

If you want to feel the pulse of Brussels, attend its Art Festival. The festival showcases the music, dance and theatre of this vibrant city. As befits the headquarters of a resurgent Europe, the city puts up a spectacular show that is “colourful, cheeky, international, and intriguing”. Website : www.brxlbravo.be

March 5,2007 Lantern Festival, China:

This festival of lights originated in Zigong. The festival, celebrated on a full moon day, marks the end of the Chinese New Year festivities. People carry lanterns of every conceivable shape alongside mechanically driven displays and floats. Website : www.chn-zg-lantern.org

March 5 – 18,2007 Poet’s Springtime, Paris:

This festival is for all the fans of French poetry. Held every year, the poetry festival features a number of events all related to this genre. Lectures, seminars, exhibitions and recitals take place in cafes, markets, stations and museums. The theme for 2007 is, what else, lettera amorosa or love poetry. Website : www.printempsdespoetes.com

March 9 – 12,2007 Moomba Waterfest:

This festival, introduced in 1955, has become one of the most exciting events in Australia. The entire community takes part in the festivities, which include parades, fire-shows, a birdman rally and carnivals. Website : www.moombawaterfest.com.au

March 15 – 19,2007 St Patrick’s Day Festival:

People of Irish descent, across the world, celebrate the feast day of St Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, on March 17. And the biggest party, spread over five days, is in Dublin. Join in the fun-wear green, take part in the parades and eat and drink just like the natives. Website : www.stpatricksday.ie

March 15 – 19,2007 Las Fallas, Spain:

Held in honour of St Joseph, the fallas festival in Valencia is a fiesta like no other. The highlights of the festival are the fallas or gigantic cardboard structures that are displayed in the streets of the city. On the last day of the festival, the fallas are burnt on an immense pyre. Website : www.fallasfromvalencia.com



March 20 – 21,2007 Spring Equinox at Chichen Itza, Mexico:

That are ancient Mayans had smart architects is pretty well known. For proof, visit the Mayan pyramid at Chichen Itza during the spring equinox. The Mayans aligned the pyramid in such a way that on the day of the equinox the sun’s rays create a 37-yard-long serpent of light on the pyramid. It appears as if the body is slithering down the pyramid wall to reach the serpent’s head carved in stone at the bottom of the pyramid’s staircase. Website : www.yucatantoday.com

March 22 – 29,2007 Rallye Aicha Des Gazelles:

For aspiring and professional women rally drivers, Morocco is the place to be this March. The Rallye Aicha des Gazelles is open to women over 18 years, who have a valid license. But you have to use the good old map and compass: GPS is strictly forbidden in this rally. Website : www.rallyeaichadesgazelles.com

March 23 – 25,2007 Festival of Ksour:

For Star Wars fanatics, a trip to Tataouine in Tunisia is a must. Parts of the series were shot among the ksours or the grain storage vaults built in the hills of this region by the berbers. The Festival of Ksour held here lets you take in some Tunisian culture as well. And you can also stay in a ksour. Many of them have been converted into hotels. Website : www.festivaldesksours.com





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