The Halloween festival originally came from Ireland. On the eve of All Saints' Day, the "All hallows eve", the predominantly Catholic Irish lit a candle. In Thuringia, October 31 is actually Reformation Day. However, the custom of celebrating Halloween and putting hollowed-out and candle-lit pumpkins in the window is becoming more and more widespread.
Colorful Trick or Treats: Numerous Halloween events
Monster costumes and pumpkins lit with candles are popular again on Monday: In many places in Thuringia, leisure facilities attract small and large horror fans to Halloween parties.