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PHOTOS: Here’s How Muslims Worldwide Are Celebrating Ramadan’s End

Balloons, physique paint, fun and anguish — opposite a universe Sunday, Muslims collected to applaud a finish of a holy month of Ramadan, and a festivities took scarcely as many shapes as a places they were held.

Now, not each Muslim non-stop a Eid al-Fitr holiday Sunday. Because it relies on a lunar calendar, a festival imprinting a start of a new month depends on a sighting of a moon, that can change from place to place. In Pakistan, for instance, worshipers are to wait until Monday for their celebrations.

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But most of a universe had no such wait.

In countries on only about each continent, Muslims collected for prayer, thoughtfulness and a joyous end to a fasting month of Ramadan. Just in box we can’t make it to these dozens of countries yourself Sunday, here’s a glance of a festivities.

Egypt

Egyptians accumulate on a city travel in Cairo to urge underneath bunches of balloons.

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Egyptians accumulate on a city travel in Cairo to urge underneath bunches of balloons.

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Romania

A child stands among a people holding partial in Eid al-Fitr prayers in Bucharest, Romania. Members of a country’s Muslim village collected during a large Dinamo soccer track in a Romanian capital.

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A child stands among a people holding partial in Eid al-Fitr prayers in Bucharest, Romania. Members of a country’s Muslim village collected during a large Dinamo soccer track in a Romanian capital.

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Ivory Coast

A male embellished with a word “Happy Ramadan” in French dances by a streets of Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

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A male embellished with a word “Happy Ramadan” in French dances by a streets of Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

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Iraq

An Iraqi family who fled a fighting in Mosul travel by a stay for replaced people, south of a embattled city. For many Iraqis, generally those from war-torn Mosul, Eid al-Fitr would have to be distinguished distant from home.

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An Iraqi family who fled a fighting in Mosul travel by a stay for replaced people, south of a embattled city. For many Iraqis, generally those from war-torn Mosul, Eid al-Fitr would have to be distinguished distant from home.

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Yemen

A Yemeni male temperament a gun walks by a tomb after prayers in a country’s capital, Sanaa. For some-more than dual years, Yemen has been scorched by polite war, and now a nation is also confronting a “worst cholera conflict in a world,” universe health authorities say.

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A Yemeni male temperament a gun walks by a tomb after prayers in a country’s capital, Sanaa. For some-more than dual years, Yemen has been scorched by polite war, and now a nation is also confronting a “worst cholera conflict in a world,” universe health authorities say.

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Indonesia

Young group rinse adult before behaving their Eid al-Fitr request during a mosque nearby Mount Sinabung, an active volcano in Indonesia.

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Young group rinse adult before behaving their Eid al-Fitr request during a mosque nearby Mount Sinabung, an active volcano in Indonesia.

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Old City of Jerusalem

A Palestinian lady binds onto some balloons before a morning Eid al-Fitr request nearby a Dome of Rock in Jerusalem.

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A Palestinian lady binds onto some balloons before a morning Eid al-Fitr request nearby a Dome of Rock in Jerusalem.

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Nigeria

Young group offer Eid al-Fitr prayers outdoor in Lagos, Nigeria’s largest city.

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Young group offer Eid al-Fitr prayers outdoor in Lagos, Nigeria’s largest city.

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The U.S.

Aya Attal, 17, hugs a crony during an Eid al-Fitr jubilee in a park in Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Aya Attal, 17, hugs a crony during an Eid al-Fitr jubilee in a park in Pittsburgh, Pa.

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