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Buddhist parade brings in the crowds in Sri Lanka's capital
Drummers, traditional dancers and decorated elephants took part in the event.
Lanterns light up sky of ancient Chinese city
Sharjah and its spellbinding Light Festival
From worldclass pyrotechnics to fairytale characters parading along a lagoon, Euronews discovers a host of spellbinding spectacles during the 9th edition of the Sharjah Light Festival.
Thousands line streets of Viareggio to see satirical floats
Thousands of people lined the streets of Viareggio on Saturday to watch a parade of satirical floats as part of the Italian city's annual carnival.
Estonia holds annual sauna marathon
Festival lights up Danish capital Copenhagen
The annual Sapporo snow festival kicks off
Visitors are flocking to the city of Sapporo on Japan`s northern island of Hokkaido to see snow and ice sculptures as the annual snow festival kicks off.
Chinese revellers welcome Spring Festival with charcoal-spinning
Fire dancers in China's northern city of Taiyuan wowed crowds with their traditional charcoal-spinning performances.
Pernik celebrates the 28th Surva festival
Every winter, folklore groups from across Bulgaria take part in the two-day Surva festival in the city of Pernik.
From pariah to demi-god: transgender leader a star at Indian festival
Laxmi Narayan Tripathi, an Indian transgender activist and a former reality TV star, is busy blessing a constant stream of pilgrims at India's Kumbh Mela, a huge religious festival at the confluence of the holy Ganges and Yamuna rivers.
Horses jump bonfires at Spanish festival's 'purification ceremony'
Over a hundred horses jumped through bonfires in a "purification ceremony" on Wednesday during the Spanish festival of "Las Luminarias" in a village northwest of Madrid.
Members of India's transgender community take first Kumbh Mela swim
For decades Laxmi Narayan Tripathi has fought India's conservative laws and beliefs to bring the transgender community equal with the rest of society, and now she has notched up a new milestone.
Artists carve icy masterpieces for contest at Harbin ice festival
Baku celebrates 5th International Theatre Conference
Theatre experts from across the world gather in Azerbaijan's capital to share knowledge and enjoy a rich programme of music, art and performance.
Wooden boat set alight in Taiwan to ward off bad luck, disease
More than 90 volunteers from the seaside township of Donggang helped to build the intricately-decorated boat over the course of three months.
Zombies stagger through streets of Sao Paulo in annual parade
Hundreds of zombies staggered through the streets of Sao Paulo, Brazil on Friday for the city’s annual zombie walk.
Agenda: what’s on in November?
Events promoting animal welfare and sustainable living in Europe.
Comic Con festival opens in Paris
Comic book fans descended on Paris on Friday for the opening of the Comic Con festival.
Tens of thousands join annual gay pride parade in Taiwan
The parade comes just weeks ahead of a referendum that is set to decide whether same-sex marriages will be recognised on the island.
Day of the Dead and ‘French Spider-Man’: No Comment of the week
We take a look back at some of the best videos from this week’s No Comment section.
Thousands of sheep herded through Madrid to mark annual festival
As many as 2,000 sheep were herded through the streets of Madrid in a unique celebration that takes place every autumn in the Spanish capital.
Meet the man behind 2001: A Space Odyssey's visual effects
50 years on, one of the key players behind the sci-fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey has rewatched his visual effects work alongside an audience of 2,000 people in the French city of Lyon.
Azerbaijan's new Nasimi Festival honours Sufi icon
Imadeddin Nasimi's guiding principles of tolerance and multiculturalism will guide event's blend of words, art and music over the coming years, say organisers.
Watch: Irish village is transformed into a medieval battlefield
The west of Ireland castle of Claregalway went back to its roots on Saturday, transformed into a medieval battlefield.
Portugal's Lumina fesival dazzles
Watch 16,000 people sing and dance for a better world