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Longest vehicle drift

Longest vehicle drift

Pretoria, South Africa – June 26, 2017 – Jesse Adams a 39-year-old motoring journalist at the Saturday Star Motoring, beat the Guinness World Record for the longest vehicle drift by skidding into a perpetual circle without stopping 168km in a marathon 5 hours and 46 minutes. Photo: Jesse Adams, a 39-year-old motoring journalist at the Saturday Star Motoring, beat the …

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Carnival Images, Carnival Stock Photos

Carnival Images for Facebook, WhatsApp

Carnival Images, Carnival Stock Photos: Carnival is a festive season occurring immediately before Lent. Carnival is a Western Christian festive season that occurs before the liturgical season of Lent. Carnival typically involves a public celebration and/or parade combining some elements of a circus, masks, and a public street party. People wear masks and costumes during many such celebrations, allowing them …

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Greatest distance by dragon boat in one hour

Greatest distance by dragon boat in one hour

Beijing, China – June 2, 2017 – The team from Cangwu County in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region covered a distance of 13,518m on the Xunjiang River in a dragon boat measuring 18.3m-long and 1.2m-wide, thus setting the new world record for the Greatest distance by a dragon boat in one hour. Photo: A dragon boat team from south China’s Guangxi …

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World Milk Day 2017 – Info, Date, History, Activities, Theme

World Milk Day 2017 - Info, Date, History, Activities, Theme

World Milk Day 2017 will be celebrated by the people all over the world on 1st of June, at Thursday. World Milk Day: History World Milk Day was first celebrated in 2001 all across the world by the participation of many countries. The number of participating countries in the celebration is increasing year by year. Since then, it is celebrated every …

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Mother’s Day Date in Different Countries

Mother's Day Date in Different Countries

Mother’s Day is celebrated in several country across the globe though the month and date on which Mother’s Day is celebrated in different countries varies. Most countries celebrate Mothers Day on second Sunday in the Month of May. This Mother’s Day date was declared by US President Woodrow Wilson on May 8, 1914 when he signed a Joint Resolution designating …

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Animals Images, Stock Photos

Animals Images

Animals Images: Collection of Pet & wild animals images, which you can use for your school science projects. Please keep visiting this page, as we add new images on regular interval. Happy browsing! Animals Images, Stock Photos for WhatsApp, Instagram & Facebook

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Longest single line of bicycles

Longest single line of bicycles

Dhaka, Bangladesh – April 14, 2017 – BDCyclists, a community based social network of cyclists, has broken the Guinness World Records of Longest single line of moving bicycles; a total of 1186 cyclists have set the World Record for the Longest single line of bicycles (moving) / longest line of moving bicycles after travelling together in a single file line …

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Easter Bunny: Christian Culture & Traditions

Easter Bunny: Christian Culture & Traditions

Since Easter coincides with the advent of spring season, the celebrations are very colorful. Easter Bunny and the beautifully eggs brought by the legendary character add to the color and vibrancy of the festival. On the night before Easter, children eagerly wait for the furry bunny to bring colored eggs and gift baskets filled with toys and chocolates, for them. …

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Easter Egg History: Christian Culture & Traditions

Easter Egg History: Christian Culture & Traditions

Easter is the time when the earth rejuvenates itself. Flowers spring forth from their buds and the earth is full of green joy. Easter was originally adapted by Christians from a Pagan festival. The egg has been a symbol of fertility and rebirth in most of the cultures all over the world. Phoenicians, Persians, Egyptians, and Hindus believed that the …

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Chocolate Easter Eggs: Christian Culture & Traditions

Chocolate Easter Eggs: Christian Culture & Traditions

Christians celebrate the Resurrection of Christ on Easter. The first Sunday after the first full moon, immediately after the vernal equinox, is the Easter Sunday. Easter is the time for self reflection and re-evaluation of oneself. The custom of Easter egg is historically associated with a pagan celebration of spring and fertility which was later incorporated into Christianity. No matter …

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