June 19, 2013

Correfoc, Barcelona

Photograph by Carlos Rodriguez Pacheco, National Geographic Your Shot

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Typical Catalan culture, the correfoc are simple parades using fireworks and effigies of the devil.

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15 comments
MINURA S.
MINURA S.

wonderfull.lovely.wowwwwww :)

ian hansen
ian hansen

dynamic depiction of man at his tribal best..........celebrating with his brothers....the photo exudes warmth,intensity and camaraderie..............well done carlos

Xava Paredes
Xava Paredes

I'm from Perú, this pic remember me when I went a boy.  In those years, in the  celebrations with fireworks  I stood under of the fireworks tower. The sensations is wonderful.

Ankur Ankxy Ghosh
Ankur Ankxy Ghosh

Thnaks a lot nat geo for sharing such awesome pic giving information about such amazing customs and traditions of different cultural and ethnic groups :)

Jaime Cortegano
Jaime Cortegano

@all314 Pi Why don't you say also as a pacific pseudo nation that one of your ancient traditions is putting fire in the horns of bulls and so finally they become blind? It's a very peaceful way of having a popular celebration, don't you think?

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