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Sayri Guli Lola


A regional festival in the north, Sayru Guli Lola is held in honor of the native tulips that flower during spring. This two-day festival is hosted across different towns and features choral music and dance. On the first day, locals tie tulips around trees, and the second day is for bathing in rivers and remembering the dead with special prayer services held at cemeteries.

Location Countrywide, Tajikistan

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