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Saint Walpurga was hailed by the Christians of Germany for battling "pest, rabies and whooping cough, as well as against witchcraft. In Denmark and Norwaythe tradition with bonfires to ward off the witches is observed as Saint John's Eve. Walpurga died on 25 February some sources say or The canonization of Walpurga and the movement of her relics to Eichstätt occurred on 1 May in the yearthus leading to the Feast of Saint Walpurga and its eve, Walpurgis Night, being popularly observed on this date.

When the bishop had Saint Walpurga's relics moved to Eichstätt, "miraculous cures were reported as her remains traveled along the route". The date of her canonization came to be known as Sankt Walpurgisnacht "Saint Walpurga's night" in the German language. Walpurgis Nacht or S. Walpurgis Abend. An earlier mention of Walpurgis and S. Walpurgis Abend is in the edition of the Calendarium perpetuum of Johann Coler, [22] who also refers to the following day, 1 May, as Jacobi Philippifeast day of the apostles James the Less and Philip in the Western Christian calendar of saints.

In modern times, many Christians continue to make religious pilgrimages to Saint Walburga's tomb in Eichstätt on Saint Walburga's Day; in the 19th century, the number of pilgrims travelling to the Church of St.

Walpurgis was described as "many thousand". In German folkloreWalpurgis Night was believed to be the night of a witches' meeting on the Brockenthe Sex in Parks in der Nacht peak in the Harz Mountainsa range of wooded hills in central Germany. Young people gather around. Sudden black and dense Sex in Parks in der Nacht formations are cheered as "a witch flying away". An effigy of a witch is held up and thrown into a bonfire to burn.

It is still a widespread feast in the Czech Republic, practiced since the pagan times. The feast is sometimes associated with Slavic goddess Marzannawhich represents winter and death. As evening advances to midnight and fire is on the wane, it is time to go search for a cherry tree in blossom. This is another feast, connected with the 1st May. Young women should be kissed past midnight and during the following day under a cherry tree. They "will not dry up" for an entire year.

The Sex in Parks in der Nacht of Sex in Parks in der Nacht is celebrated then as "the day of those in love". In EstoniaVolbriöö is celebrated throughout the night of 30 April and into the early hours of 1 Sex in Parks in der Nacht, where 1 May is a public holiday called "Spring Day" Kevadpüha.

Volbriöö is Sex in Parks in der Nacht important and widespread celebration of the arrival of spring in the country. Influenced by German culture, the night originally stood for the gathering and meeting of witches. Modern people still dress up as witches to wander the streets in a carnival-like mood. The Volbriöö celebrations are especially vigorous in Tartuthe university town in southern Estonia. For Estonian students in student corporations fraternities and sororitiesthe night starts with a traditional procession through the streets of Tartu, followed by visiting each other's corporation houses throughout the night.

The celebration, which begins on the evening of 30 April and continue on 1 May, typically centre on the consumption of simasparkling wine and other alcoholic beverages.

Student traditions, particularly those of engineering students, are one of the main characteristics of Vappu. Since the end of the 19th century, this traditional upper-class feast has been appropriated by university students. Many high school alumni wear the black and white student cap and many higher education students wear student coveralls.

One tradition is to drink simaa home-made low-alcohol meadalong with freshly cooked tippaleipä, funnel cakes in English. In the capital, Helsinkiand its surrounding regionfixtures include the capping on 30 April at 6 pm of Havis Amandaa nude female statue in Helsinkiand the biennially alternating Sex in Parks in der Nacht of ribald matter called Äpy and Julkkuby engineering students of Aalto University.

Both are sophomoric ; but while Julkku is a standard magazineÄpy is always a gimmick. Classic forms have included an Äpy printed on toilet paper and a bedsheet. Often, Äpy has been stuffed inside standard industrial packages, such as sardine cans and milk cartons. For most university students, Vappu starts a week before the day of celebration. The festivities also include a picnic on 1 May, which is sometimes prepared in a lavish manner, particularly in Ullanlinnanmäki in central Helsinki.

In Turkuit has become a tradition to cap the Posankka statue. Vappu coincides with the socialist May Day parade. Expanding from the parties of the left, the whole of the Finnish political scene has adopted Vappu as the day to go out on stumps and agitate. This isn't limited only to political activists; many institutions, such as the Lutheran Church of Finlandhave followed suit, marching and making speeches.

Left-wing activists of the s still party on May Day. Carnivals are arranged, and many radio stations play leftist songs, such as The Internationale. Traditionally, 1 May is celebrated by the way of a picnic in a park. For most, the picnic is enjoyed with friends on a blanket with food and sparkling wine.

Some people arrange extremely lavish picnics with pavilions, white tablecloths, silver candelabrasSex in Parks in der Nacht music and extravagant food.

The picnic usually starts early in the morning, where some of the previous night's party-goers continue their celebrations from the previous night.

Some student organisations reserve areas where they traditionally camp every year. Student capsmeadstreamers and balloons have their role in Sex in Parks in der Nacht picnic and the celebration as a whole.

In Germany, Hexennacht "Witches' Night"the night from 30 April to 1 May, is the night when witches are reputed to hold a large celebration on the Brocken and await the arrival of spring and is held on the same night as Saint Walpurgis Night Sankt Walpurgisnacht. Walpurgisnacht Night in German folklore the night of 30 April May Day's evewhen witches meet on the Brocken mountain and hold revels with the Devil Brocken is the highest of the Harz Mountains of north central Germany.

It is noted for the phenomenon of the Brocken spectre and for witches' revels which reputedly took place there on Walpurgis night. The Brocken Spectre is a magnified shadow of an observer, typically surrounded by rainbow-like bands, thrown onto a bank of cloud in high mountain areas when the sun is low.

The phenomenon was first reported on the Brocken. From Bram Stoker 's short story, Dracula's Guestan Englishman whose name is never mentioned is on a visit to Munich before leaving for Transylvania.

It is Walpurgis Night, and in spite of the hotelier's warning not to be late coming back, the young man later leaves his carriage and wanders toward the direction of an abandoned "unholy" village. As the carriage departs with the frightened and superstitious driver, a tall and thin stranger scares the horses at the crest of Sex in Parks in der Nacht hill. In some parts of northern coastal regions Sex in Parks in der Nacht Germany, the custom of lighting huge fires is still kept alive to celebrate the coming of May, while most parts of Germany have a derived Christianized custom around Easter called "Easter fires" Osterfeuer.

In rural parts of southern Germany, it is part of popular youth culture to play pranks such as tampering with neighbours' gardens, hiding possessions, or spraying graffiti on private property. There is a similar tradition in Sex in Parks in der Nacht Schanzenviertel district of Hamburgthough in both cases, the situation has significantly calmed down in the past few years.

While the name Walpurgis is taken from the eighth-century English Christian missionary Saint Walburga, Valborgas it is called in Swedish, also marks the arrival of spring. Walpurgis celebrations are not a family occasion but rather a public event, and local groups often take responsibility for organising them to encourage community spirit in the village or neighbourhood.

Celebrations normally include lighting the bonfire, choral singing and a speech to honour the arrival of the spring season, often held by a local celebrity. In the Middle Ages, the administrative year ended on 30 April. Accordingly, this was a day of festivity among the merchants and craftsmen of the town, with trick-or-treat, dancing and singing in preparation for the forthcoming celebration of spring. On the eve of the festival, huge bonfires, which should be lighted by striking two flints together, blaze on all the hills and knolls.

Walpurgis bonfires are part of a Swedish tradition dating back to the early 18th century. At Walpurgis Valborgfarm animals were let out to graze and bonfires majbrasorkasar lit to Sex in Parks in der Nacht away predators. In Southern Swedenan older tradition, no longer practiced, was for the younger people to collect greenery and branches Sex in Parks in der Nacht the woods at twilight. These were used to adorn the houses of the village. The expected reward for this task was to be paid in eggs.

Choral singing is a popular pastime in Sweden, and on Walpurgis Eve virtually every choir in the country is busy. Singing traditional songs of spring is widespread throughout the country. The songs are mostly from the 19th century and were spread by students' spring festivities. The strongest and most traditional spring festivities are also found in the old university cities, such as Uppsala and Lundwhere undergraduates, graduates, and alumni gather at events that last most of the day from early morning to late night on April 30, or siste april "The Last Day of April" as it is called in Lund, or sista april as it is called in Uppsala.

For students, Walpurgis Eve heralds freedom. Traditionally the exams were over and only the odd lecture remained before term ends. On the last day of April, the students don their characteristic white caps and sing songs of welcome to spring, to the budding greenery and to a brighter future.

More modern Valborg celebrations, particularly among Uppsala students, often consist of enjoying a breakfast including champagne and strawberries. During the day, people gather in parks, drink considerable amounts Sex in Parks in der Nacht alcoholic beverages, barbecue, and generally enjoy the weather, if it happens to be favorable. In Uppsala, sincestudents honor spring by rafting on Fyris river through the center of town with rickety, homemade, in fact quite easily wreckable, and often humorously decorated rafts.

Several nations also hold "Champagne Races" Swedish : Champagnegaloppwhere students go to drink and spray champagne or somewhat more modestly priced sparkling wine on each other.

The walls and floors of the old nation buildings are covered in plastic for this occasion, as the champagne is poured around recklessly and sometimes spilled enough to wade in. Spraying champagne is, however, a fairly recent addition to the Champagne Race. Sex in Parks in der Nacht name derives from the students running down the slope from the Carolina Rediviva library, toward the Student Nations, to drink champagne.

Later, at three o'clock, the students and public gather at the courtyard of Linköping Castle. Spring songs are sung by the Linköping University Male Voice Choirand speeches are made by representatives of the students and the university professors. It is seen by aroundpeople each year. Another major event is the gathering of students in Garden Society of Gothenburg to listen to student choirs, orchestras, and speeches.

An important part of the gathering is the ceremonial donning of the student cap, which stems from the time when students wore their caps daily and switched from black winter cap to white summer cap.

The university organizes student choir songs, there are different types of entertainment and a speech by the president of the university. Different stalls sell hot dogs, candies, soft drinks, etc. As in all Germanic countries, Walpurgisnacht was celebrated in areas of what is now the Netherlands.

Still, in recent years a renewed interest in pre-Christian religion and culture has led to renewed interest in Heksennacht Witch's Night as well.

The party called for a ban.