Balinese giant effigy locally known as "ogoh-ogoh" that represents evil spirits line up during a parade to celebrate Nyepi, an annual day of silence marking Balinese Hindu new year in Bali, Indonesia,... more 
Balinese giant effigy locally known as "ogoh-ogoh" that represents evil spirits line up during a parade to celebrate Nyepi, an annual day of silence marking Balinese Hindu new year in Bali, Indonesia, Saturday March 29, 2014. Most Balinese keep self-reflection and stay at home to observe quiet holiday. Tourists visiting the island, are asked not to leave their hotels and the airport will be closed. The new year will be March 31. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisnawati) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Firdia Lisnawati
Sat, Mar 29, 2014 10:18 AM EDT