The annual flower carnival at Villefranche-sur-Mer in France involves a naval battle like no other!
People the world over take to the streets to celebrate the year of the dog.
Tibetans living in Xiaobawang Village of Danba County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, celebrated Tibetan New Year - Losar on Friday which also began the Spring Festival.
Annual Spring Festival lantern shows are being held across China in celebration of the Lunar Year of the Dog, which falls on Friday.
Thousands of performers paraded through the Sambadrome in Rio de Janeiro on Monday night.
Agoraphobic? This may be hard to watch.
Guess what - politics coloured the celebrations in Catalonia.
Who brings the presents? Britain Father Christmas. France Le père Noël (Saint Nicolas in north-eastern France). Germany Baby Jesus. Greece Aghios
The events that motivated the holiday took place during turbulent times in Jewish history.
Amsterdam’s official Sinterklaas organization, the SSIA, believe the new “Chimney Piet” will make the Dutch tradition non-discriminatory for minority groups.
HRH Prince Charles has, on his mother's request, laid the annual remembrance wreath at The Cenotaph in London.
Warsaw sees 12 different marches as Independence Day brings rival claimants to Poland's political heritage onto the streets.
Tens of thousands of people gather in Mexico City for its annual zombie walk.
Doused in fake blood, wearing torn clothing and masks, the ‘zombies’
The 17th century victory over Polish-Lithuanian forces heralds the start of modern Russia, celebrated in Unity Day.
Halloween is an annual festival that is celebrated on the night of Oct.
The festivities run through Nov. 2.
Performers carry a giant fire dragon in the Tai Hang district of Hong Kong as part of the mid-Autumn festival
A large dragon kite with 1,088 LED bulbs caught the eyes of many visitors at the 2017 New Taipei City North Coast International Kite Festival in
Little Trishna Shakya will live in Kathmandu's temple palace until puberty hits and it's time to retire.
Hundreds of participants threw rags drenched in gasoline at each other at the yearly event.
Crowds of passengers climbed onto overcrowded trains in Dhaka as millions in the Bangladeshi capital return to their hometown in the lead-up to Eid al-Adha.