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The Polish president of the European Council then described Europe as a 'cultural community' whose heritage must be preserved.
His rhetoric of cultural preservation echoed in some ways the language of populist politicians winning support across Europe with calls to keep migrants from settling on the continent.'We are a cultural community, which doesn't mean that we are better or worse - we are simply different from the outside world,' Tusk said in an address to the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France.'Our openness and tolerance cannot mean walking away from protecting our heritage,' Tusk added.
Lammas Day used to be a time for foretelling marriages and trying out partners.
Two young people would agree to a "trial marriage" lasting the period of the fair (usually 11 days) to see whether they were really suited for wedlock.
It originated as a medieval gathering of bards and minstrels, attended by people across Wales, who competed for the prized chair at the noble's table.
Held during the first week of August, it celebrates Welsh arts and culture.
The carnival originated in the mid 1960s as a way of celebrating and maintaining the cultural traditions of the Caribbean immigrants who live in and around the Notting Hill area.
Speaking at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, Mr Tusk said that while Europeans were not by any means superior to others, 'we are simply different.The leading proponent of that view has been Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who erected razor wire fences in 2015 at a time when the largest numbers of people fleeing war and poverty in the Middle East and Africa poured into Europe.He has often described Muslim migrants as invaders who threaten Europe's cultural identity.The custom ended when Henry VIII broke away from the Catholic Church, and nowadays we have harvest festivals at the end of the season.Michaelmas Day (September 29) is traditionally the last day of the harvest season.