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Unbelievable history: Holidays from different cultures (wl)

Originate
- to happen or appear for the first time in a particular place or situation
Religious
- connected with religion or with a particular religion
Middle Ages
- in European history, the period from about AD 1000 to AD 1450
Pagan
- a person who holds religious beliefs that are not part of any of the world’s main religions
Simbolise
- to be a symbol of something
Belief
- a strong feeling that something/somebody exists or is true; confidence that something/somebody is good or right
Spirit
- the part of a person that includes their mind, feelings and character rather than their body
Wealth
- the state of being rich
Prosperity
- the state of being successful, especially in making money
Historical
- connected with the past
Worldwide
- affecting all parts of the world
Celebrate
- to show that a day or an event is important by doing something special on it
Honour
- to do something that shows great respect for somebody/something




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