(Almost) Wordless Wednesday
As a follow-up to the last post that touched on our 4-day experience in Valencia for the Fallas celebration, I thought I’d include a few more photos of some of the more entertaining sculptures.
At the end, I’ve also embedded a video that I’m calling “Sounds of Las Fallas” to give you a sense of how festive the place is 24-hours a day. I didn’t include the actual footage of what I captured at 3:00 am each morning, but it really isn’t that different from most of these day shots.
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Just about every town in Spain has a festival that it is known for. Some are more famous than others and the main attraction can vary dramatically. One thing that seems to be consistent across them all, however, is a party atmosphere with a focus on traditions during the day, and boozing and revelry throughout the night.
Pamplona has the San Fermin festival that is known for its Running of the Bulls. Cadiz hosts one of the country’s largest Carnival parties. And in Buñol, they have a messy tomato food fight in the streets called La Tomatina.
Valencia’s claim to fame are Las Fallas.
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