After a two and a half hour flight, The Significant Other and I arrived safely in Seville. What’s the change in the weather. From Nuremberg with 1 degree snow, we arrived in Southern Spain which is sunny and summer with 24 degrees. After checking into our conveniently located hotel in the old town near the Cathedral, we headed out for some Tapas. Continuing our first walk through the alleys, we had the unexpected joy of stumbling into a colorful parade of Bolivian Street Carnival. Continue after the jump for more of this fun event…
The Bolivian Carnival is a vibrant and colorful festival that is celebrated every year, usually taking place in February or March. It is also celebrated by Bolivian communities around the world. Carnival is a mixture of indigenous and Christian traditions and lasts for several days. It features music, dancing, parades, costumes and street performances.
One of the main highlights of the carnival is the “diablada”, a dance depicting a fight between good and evil, with participants dressed in elaborate satanic costumes.
I hope you like this little walk through the Bolivian Street Carnival in Seville.
All photos taken with my iPhone 14 Pro, jpg straight from the phone.
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