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11.000 flying lights is the coolest way to celebrate Summer Solstice
posted July 7 2011 17:38.02 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Summer Solstice has been always a very good reason for celebration. In Poland though, there is this totally awesome custom. People gather there with homemade flying balloons, which set on fire and let them fly sky high like glowing jellyfishes. Watch the following video.

And for those who do not really know what Solstice and Equinox is (click here)...

[Link: rekordyguinessa]
Tags: fire   flying machines   games and fun   crazy photo/video   

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