As part of the celebration for Halloween,, The magic circle of water informed that he will present his new terrifying tour around these dates. This face-to-face event promises to scare more than one and surprise those present. It should be noted that all measures will be taken in order to avoid infection with COVID-19, and the tour is enjoyed in the best way.
The show will be held from October 22 to 31, from 18:00, respecting all biosafety protocols. Children under the age of 12 must enter with an adult and present their ID card.
The entity pointed out that in the so-called circle of terror, visitors will travel along a themed trail, where they will be received by creepy characters and led to the first station: a zombie station; After that, the route will take them to the haunted cemetery, and then to the mysterious house, a place where more of them will surprise them.
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During the day, you will be able to see the protagonists of well-known scary movies, such as the zombie clown Joseph and his motorcycle. In addition, they will be able to visit the enchanted forest, the perfect hiding place for some creatures.
Tickets can be purchased for 12 soles at the following link or through the Lima Tickets app. The user will receive a confirmation with a KR code, which will be scanned at the front door. It should be noted that these maps allow you to enjoy the staging and attractions of the park.
What is the origin of Halloween?
Currently, Halloween It is a party known for costumes, children and sweets, but its origin is far from the joy that is known today. It was celebrated in Ireland on October 31 because it was the date when the harvest season ended and the Celtic New Year began, which coincided with the autumn solstice. He was baptized as Samhain (etymological meaning is “end of summer”).
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With the arrival Samhain, the ancient Celts believed that the world of the living and the world of the dead were united and that good and bad spirits could pass through them. It is believed that the use of masks was supposed to ward off evil spirits. Also, banquets were held on the graves of family ancestors in memory of them.
When the Romans arrived in the Celtic lands, the holiday of October 31 was mixed with the holiday of the conquerors. Popes Gregory IV and Gregory III tried to replace Halloween until the Catholic holiday of All Saints’ Day, which is celebrated on November 1, earlier on May 13.