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Dans cette vidéo: L'histoire en bulles : comment est né le champagne ?

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@julien.cours.francais.en.ligne

Aujourd'hui, je vous propose de visionner cette nouvelle vidéo pour parler du vin...! Idéal pour apprendre le français! Dans cette vidéo: L'histoire en bulles : comment est né le champagne ? Pour voir la vidéo complète ou retrouver l'intégralité des 11 vidéos, clic sur le lien du profil! #tourism #hotels #restaurants #bar #pub #shopping #museums  #turismo #hoteles #restaurantes #museos #tourisme #musees #learn #apps #paris #culture #france #frenchy #frenchie #lifestyle #instalife #clavie #animation #film #movie #peliculas #animacion Si vous souhaitez aussi profiter des réductions allant jusqu’à 93% du prix de base sur les cours de français en ligne, cliquer sur le lien du profil!

•••[Mettre sa peau à la fête 🎉]•••
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@c.lavie_cosmetiques c’est l’engagement d’offrir le meilleur de la nature pour la beauté de la peau :
Formule naturelle, ingrédients bio, formule safe.
La créatrice connaît ses produits, ses formules, ses ingrédients précisément, intimement, amoureusement.
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#claviecosmetiques #bikiniparis #pragency
@bikini_paris
Paris, France

•••[Mettre sa peau à la fête 🎉]••• @c.lavie cosmetiques c’est l’engagement d’offrir le meilleur de la nature pour la beauté de la peau : Formule naturelle, ingrédients bio, formule safe. La créatrice connaît ses produits, ses formules, ses ingrédients précisément, intimement, amoureusement. #claviecosmetiques #bikiniparis #pragency

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

@l.p.m_photography

"The Burning Of The Clavie" Burning the clavie is an ancient Scottish custom still observed at Burghead, a fishing village on the Moray Firth. The clavie is a collection of casks split in two, lit as a bonfire in the evening of 11 January, i.e. New Year's Eve (in Scotland, Hogmanay) by the Julian Calendar. One of these casks is joined together again by a huge nail (Latin clavis; hence the term, it may also be from Scottish Gaelic cliabh, a basket used for holding combustibles). It is then filled with tar, lighted and carried flaming round the village and finally up to a headland upon which stands the ruins of an altar, locally called the Doorie. It here forms the nucleus of the bonfire, which is built up of split casks. When the burning tar-barrel falls in pieces, the people scramble to get a lighted piece with which to kindle the New Year's fire on their cottage hearth. The charcoal of the clavie is collected and put in pieces up the cottage chimneys, to keep spirits and witches

A few edits from Fridays Burning The Clavie. #clavie #fire #BrochNewYear
@doddie118
Burghead, Moray

A few edits from Fridays Burning The Clavie. #clavie #fire #brochnewyear

The burning of the Burghead clavie #clavie #burghead #goodluck
@owenmc11
Burghead, Moray

The burning of the Burghead clavie #clavie #burghead #goodluck

The Burning of the Clavie also depicting the Burghead Pictish Bull, an illustration from 2006 collection of Pictish pencil drawings, this year I'm adding a bit of colour to them! 
The Burning of the Clavie is an ancient fire festival held on the 11th January unique to Burghead in Moray. The festival greets the New Year according to the Julian calendar. The Burghead Pictish Bulls are stone carvings found at the Pictish settlement/fort of Burghead. This fort has been found to be of significant importance and power and it is possible that the bulls were a symbol of this status within the Pictish Kingdoms for they are the only examples of carved bulls to date. 
#Burghead #burgheadbulls #Pictish #clavie #firefestival #julian #ancienthistory #fort #moray #moraycoast #drawing #illustration #scottishart #scotspirit #history #bronzeage #celticknotwork #celticart #ironage #visitscotland
@roselyneoneillart

The Burning of the Clavie also depicting the Burghead Pictish Bull, an illustration from 2006 collection of Pictish pencil drawings, this year I'm adding a bit of colour to them! The Burning of the Clavie is an ancient fire festival held on the 11th January unique to Burghead in Moray. The festival greets the New Year according to the Julian calendar. The Burghead Pictish Bulls are stone carvings found at the Pictish settlement/fort of Burghead. This fort has been found to be of significant importance and power and it is possible that the bulls were a symbol of this status within the Pictish Kingdoms for they are the only examples of carved bulls to date. #burghead #burgheadbulls #pictish #clavie #firefestival #julian #ancienthistory #fort #moray #moraycoast #drawing #illustration #scottishart #scotspirit #history #bronzeage #celticknotwork #celticart #ironage #visitscotland

The Old New Year celebrated on January 11th in Burghead by carrying The Burning Clavie round the village. #clavie #burghead #flames
@doddie118

The Old New Year celebrated on January 11th in Burghead by carrying The Burning Clavie round the village. #clavie #burghead #flames

The Clavie - what an amazing fire festival and so close to home- origins from 1750’s - I love tradition! #clavie #burghead #traditions #firefestivals #visitscotland #mymoray #visitmoray
@jojosav

The Clavie - what an amazing fire festival and so close to home- origins from 1750’s - I love tradition! #clavie #burghead #traditions #firefestivals #visitscotland #mymoray #visitmoray

Start of the clavie🔥 - proper reminds me of a boxing entrance with the boxer as the fire and their entourage 😂😂 #clavie #pictishnewyear #burghead #scotland
@a.dawes

Start of the clavie🔥 - proper reminds me of a boxing entrance with the boxer as the fire and their entourage 😂😂 #clavie #pictishnewyear #burghead #scotland

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