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  1. Muktilar October 2, 2012
    The most visible and accessible manifestations of Carnival are its famous parades. Though the number of parades may change from year to year, visitors can expect to find more than 50 processions scheduled during the two weeks proceeding and including Mardi Gras day in New Orleans and its suburbs.
  2. Zulkikus October 2, 2012
    Apr 25,  · The Mardi Gras is not just a day, not just a festival. Mardi Gras is the most colourful, most insane culmination of the carnival season! Being all about music, parades, alcohol and self-expression,—this event is prepared really thoroughly for months in advance.
  3. Darisar October 2, 2012
    Parade Schedules and Routes Mardi Gras parades in New Orleans are organized by Carnival krewes. Krewe float riders toss "throws" to the crowds: the most common throws are strings of colorful, shiny plastic beads, doubloons (aluminum or wooden dollar-sized coins usually embossed with a krewe logo), decorated plastic "Mardi Gras cups," and small, inexpensive toys and trinkets.
  4. Dujar October 2, 2012
    That’s the call to riders dispensing beads and “throws” from the elaborate floats of Mardi Gras. The name of the holiday’s misleading. It’s about a month or so of parties named for just one day, Fat Tuesday, the last day before Lent. But Mardi Gras is more in New Orleans. No one does Carnival like the .
  5. Grosar October 2, 2012
    Mardi Gras may be a notorious party season in New Orleans, but local residents and community leaders have worked to preserve a more family-friendly side of these Carnival traditions as well. One such annual event, Family Gras, caters specifically for families, especially those with young children, who want to enjoy the season’s parades and special events in a quieter and safer environment.
  6. Felar October 2, 2012
    Aug 22,  · E ach year during Mardi Gras, approximately million visitors take to the streets of New Orleans to participate in the city’s iconic Fat Tuesday parades and festivities. The annual.
  7. Nakinos October 2, 2012
    Courtesy of Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. Krewe of Proteus Parade. N o American city is more closely identified with a holiday celebration than is New Orleans with Mardi Gras. French for “Fat Tuesday,” Mardi Gras marks the last day of the indulgent Carnival season before Ash Wednesday and the solemnity of Lent in the Catholic tradition.
  8. Zulkigar October 2, 2012
    The New Orleans carnival, edition: Here is a mini-guide to learn how to participate in Mardi Gras and all you need to know about these festivities. Every year, one of the most important event in Louisiana is the Carnival of New Orleans, the next edition of which will take place from January 6 .
  9. Sara October 2, 2012
    Carnival (from a Latin word roughly meaning “farewell to flesh”) and its lavish masked balls and other revels became popular in Italy and France, and the tradition followed the French to New Orleans. The first Carnival balls occurred in By the mids, Mardi Gras mischief had grown so ugly (the harmless habit of tossing flour on revelers gradually turned into throwing bricks at.

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