The world’s fascinating festivals celebrating in Autumn

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Everyone must notice the change of the weather and environment. For example, the days become shorter, the temperature has dropped and the leaves are changing colour. These signs mean that summer has been over and autumn has arrived.

This is time to know everything about this!

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1.Day of the Dead


 2.Bonfire Night


 3.Divali

 4.Mid-Autumn Festival


 5.Yi Peng and Loy Kratong

 6.Koyo Autumn Leave festival


Article by Promporn Withayanuphap

 

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