16 October 2021  |  Events

Halloween - 31 October


Halloween was initially a Celtic celebration of Irish origin: the Celtic New Year! About 3,000 years ago, the Celtic calendar did not end on December 31, but on October 31.

Halloween, short for the expression "All Hallows Eve", which means "the evening of all saints", that is to say the eve of All Saints, October 31.

Today halloween is celebrated mainly in Ireland, Great Britain, United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand.


A popular tradition in France

The best-known modern tradition is that children dress up in scary costumes like ghosts, witches, monsters or vampires and ring the doorbell asking for treats..


It's time to decorate your house, your garden and get together with your family to enjoy a pumpkin pie and other sweets.


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Amélie Roca

I am a Community Manager for Pure France as well as the host of Pure France TV, presenting high quality rental homes all over France.

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