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Halloween - a holiday of vampires, witches, ghosts and other evil spirits - which until recently was widely celebrated only in the United States, is now gaining more and more popularity in Europe. The main symbol of the holiday is the so-called Jack-o'-lantern (Jack-Lantern). It is a pumpkin with an ominously grinning face carved on it; a lighted candle is placed inside the pumpkin. In addition to vegetable backgrounds, popular preferences for decorating are natural scarecrows, paper and plastic skeletons, poutina, candles and combinations of dried and dried fruits. By tradition, the main colors of the holiday have become all shades of orange and black.

Halloween has such a long history that nowadays few people think about why it is customary to dress up in carnival costumes, carve pumpkin candlesticks and beg for sweets on this day. And it was formed due to the fact that the Celts, who divided the year into two equal halves, the first period - from May to October - was considered good and bright, and the period from November to April - cold and, accordingly, the time of evil and darkness. The custom of covering the face with a mask and dressing up in suits suitable for the occasion appeared relatively recently, a little over a century ago. The first carnival costumes and masks for Halloween were pretty dark. More often than not, they did not please at all, but frightened the people to whom the mummers knocked at the door. However, at the end of the 20th century, they began to dress up brightly on Halloween, in recognizable characters - Dracula, evil witches, Frankenstein, Freddy Krueger and others.