4. Snowman Burning Day, USA
When winter melts down, it’s time to cheer up and celebrate! The citizens of this cold area — Lake Superior , USA — warm up by burning a snowman figure on March 20 to mark the return of the long-awaited spring. The tradition could also be an area attraction, but people from other states find it nice and galvanizing . Who knows? Maybe at some point it’ll spread.
3. Battle of the Oranges, Italy
Another food fight event that’s worth visiting is that the Battle of the Oranges in Ivrea, Italy.
3 days before Mardi Gras , the town of Ivrea is became a battlefield for 9 squads fighting for the sake of justice. Each team has its own commander, uniform, and a bunch of oranges to throw at their opponents. The judges make their decision at the highest of the third day, and thus the winning team is honoured by the whole town.
Although the fighting looks like fun, it’s actually very dangerous because oranges leave heavy injuries. It’s forbidden to participate without a helmet. For curious visitors, it’s possible to watch the battle from a distance.