Halloween around the world

Halloween around the world

Kawasaki : Japan | Oct 31, 2011 at 3:28 AM PDT
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Halloween is based on the Celtic festival of Samhain and the ancient Celts believed the border between this world and the otherworld became thin on that night, allowing spirits to pass through. It has now turned into a holiday worldwisde where people dress-up and children go trick or treating.

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People wearing Halloween costumes march on the street during the 15th Halloween Parade in Kawasaki, suburban Tokyo on October 30, 2011. Some 3,000 dressed up participants join the annual fancy parade
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