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Choose from 50 pictures in our Festival collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Kosovo-Tradition-Wedding Featured Print


Kosovar woman Sheqerie Buqaj lays on her back on September 5, 2018 as she receives a traditional face painting by Kosovar Bosnian woman Aziza Sefitagic, while presenting the traditional wedding of Bosnian women from Zhupa region, during the "Etno Fest" festival in the village of Kukaj.
As part of the centuries old tradition, old ladies prepare young brides, painting their faces in many layers of colors while the golden circles symbolize the cycles of life. Today, this tradition is at the verge of extinction as only a 70 year-old Lady Aziza, continues preparing young brides according to the tradition. / AFP PHOTO / Armend NIMANI

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Britain-Us-Ent-Music-Jackson Featured Print


Graffiti is altered to include the news of the death in America of US singer Michael Jackson on the first "official" day of the annual Glastonbury festival near Glastonbury, Somerset on June 26, 2009. After years of living as a virtual recluse, Michael Jackson, who died Thursday, had promised a comeback of typically blockbusting proportions with 50 shows in London starting next month. Fans queued for hours to catch a glimpse of the pop star when he appeared briefly at the giant O2 venue in the British capital in March to announce a string of dates going into 2010, and tickets sold out within hours. AFP PHOTO/Leon Neal / AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL

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Bulgaria-Culture-Carnival Featured Print


Dancers, known as "Kukeri", perform on January 29, 2017 during the International Festival of the Masquerade Games in Pernik, near the capital Sofia.
The three-day festival, which started on January 27, has participants sporting multi-colored masks, covered with beads, ribbons and woolen tassels while the main dancer, ladened with bells to drive away sickness and evil spirits, sways like a wheat spikelet heavy with grain. / AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV

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