Thousands of people watched an anniversary parade in Mexico on Wednesday.
The parade marked the country's Revolution.
Costumed processions and bonfires mark the foiling of Guy Fawkes' Gunpowder Plot to blow up Parliament in 1605, and the memory of Lewes' Protestant martyrs.
Participants held gay pride flags and danced as they made their way through downtown Buenos Aires.
Thousands of people took to the streets of Mexico City to dance beside giant skulls and skeletons, rolled out for the capital fourth edition of a Day of the Dead parade inspired by Hollywood, part of an ever-expanding menu of festivities for the holiday.
Mexicans dressed as elegant skeletons took to the streets of their capital.
Clowns are very important to Mexican culture and life. Thousands pop up on traffic intersections and perform all kinds of tricks to earn a few pesos.
More than 450 clowns from 14 countries will attend seminars and stock up on the latest shoes, makeup and wigs at the 24th annual International Clown Convention.
A parachutist hit some technical difficulties during Spain's National Day parade on Saturday (October 12) after misjudging his landing, smashing into a lamp post and remaining suspended as hundreds at the parade looked on.
Thousands of Russians marched down the central streets of the Far Eastern city of Vladivostok on Sunday (September 29) to mark Tiger Day.
Seventeen people were injured when two elephants at a Sri Lankan street pageant went on a rampage on Saturday (September 7), local media reported
Hundreds of thousands of people gathered in the west London district of Notting Hill to celebrate the Notting Hill Carnival, an annual event that which has taken place since 1966.
Paris celebrated the 75th anniversary of its victory over the rule of the notorious Nazi leader Adolf Hitler on Sunday (August 25) with a parade in 1940s dress, delighting onlookers who took part in the joyous commemoration.
Hundreds of Catholics in Paraguay paraded through the town of Minas covered in chicken feathers on Wednesday to celebrate their patron saint.
Ornately-decorated floats paraded through Japan's ancient capital Kyoto on Wednesday at the climax of the annual Gion Festival.
Joined by New York City Mayor, Bill de Blasio, and New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo, a triumphant US Women's National football team sailed through the streets of lower Manhattan on Wednesday, hailed as champions by fans.
One day before the celebration, the president claimed that the cost would be "very little compared to what it is worth," as the total amount remained unclear.
The little twin brothers and sisters marched with their parents along the Yalta village on the Black Sea in Crimea on Sunday (May 26) as part of the Festival of the Crimean Twins.
The parade was held in the city for the second time and gathered some 50 pairs of twins.
People dressed in period costumes took part in one of the three largest festivals in Tokyo on Saturday.
Despite living in the poorest country in the EU, the Road Trip team found that young Bulgarians in Plovdiv showed remarkable optimism about their future.
Dancing, singing and drinking rice wine, people of ethnic minorities in south China's Hainan Province celebrated their traditional "Sanyuesan Festival" on Sunday.
Sarajevo will host Bosnia’s first-ever pride parade on September 8, according to the country’s LGBTQ activists. A group of 16 committee leaders of the initiative Bosnian-Herzegovinian (BiH) Pride March, announced in Sarajevo Monday, the planned march will be a protest against inequality.
A worldwide celebration of the art of the marionette, the event is now in its 16th year.
Residents of the Greek mountain town of Sochos, northeast of Thessaloniki, greeted the arrival of Lent on Monday with a carnival and procession.
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Hundreds of zombies staggered through the streets of Sao Paulo, Brazil on Friday for the city’s annual zombie walk.
Around 250,000 people turned out to watch the 18th edition of the Biennale de la Danse parade with the theme this year of peace