This isn’t limited only to political activists; many institutions, such as the Lutheran Church of Finland, have followed suit, marching and making speeches.Left-wing activists of the 1970s still party on May Day.In Denmark, the tradition with bonfires to fence off the witches going to the Brocken is observed as Saint John's Eve—essentially a midsummer celebration "with witches". Huge bonfires—up to 8 metres (26 ft) tall—are built and burnt in the evening, preferably on top of hills. Sudden black and dense smoke formations are cheered as "a witch flying away".As evening advances to midnight and fire is on the wane, it is time to go search for a cherry tree in blossom.
Traditionally, 1 May is celebrated by the way of a picnic in a park.
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