The venue of the festival is a charming valley situated between the mountains and the desert in the immediate vicinity of the Phoenix. Indigenous people are very interested in medieval history, so every year the festival attracts a huge number of people. The festival starts in February and usually lasts until the end of March; the festival program is incredibly rich and diverse. Impressive historical installations and an abundance of people in beautiful vintage dresses, amazing fairs and tasting of exquisite medieval dishes, live music and street performers - are just some of the entertainment options inseparably associated with this holiday.
Speaking of unusual national holidays, you should definitely mention Ostrich Festival, which was first held in 1989. It lasts for three days; the most spectacular event is ostrich racing.
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