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Thorold

goodbye at the rock, sometimes chipping a piece of the rock and putting it in their pocket as a talisman (amulet) for a safe journey. Sailors, being a superstitious group, considered it bad luck to embark at Lock 7 without first visiting the Kissing Rock. Arts and culture Thorold is home to several festivals and annual events. Included are: '''Mountain Top Ceremony''' - Held at the Lock 7 Viewing Complex, this annual celebration marks the opening of the Welland Canal shipping season


Kemerovo Oblast

''' was an archaeological culture that flourished in the Yenisei valley (Minusinsk Depression, environs of modern Krasnoyarsk, eastern part of Kemerovo Oblast) from the first to the fourth century CE, perhaps equivalent to the Yenisei Kirghiz. "Xipoliya Yanke Suo Jian Xiajiesi Monijiao" ("Siberan Rock Arts and Xiajiesi's Manicheism") 1998 Gansu Mingzu Yanjiu It was preceded by Tagar culture


Krasnoyarsk

in the Yenisei valley (Minusinsk Depression, environs of modern Krasnoyarsk, eastern part of Kemerovo Oblast) from the first to the fourth century CE, perhaps equivalent to the Yenisei Kirghiz. "Xipoliya Yanke Suo Jian Xiajiesi Monijiao" ("Siberan Rock Arts and Xiajiesi's Manicheism") 1998 Gansu Mingzu Yanjiu It was preceded by Tagar culture. '''Vladimir Ivanovich


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