Spanish hacks - PARTIES-El Rocio where this the hermitage of the virgin of rocio in the town they reunen each anus near millon of people to

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PARTIES -El Rocio where this the hermitage of the virgin of rocio. in the town they reunen each anus near millon of people to celebrate the celebration of the virgin of rocio vicieron el camino -dia de los muertos graveyard family flowers fun 2 de noviembre - The feasts and dances that are held help keep the customs of their ancestors. The devil dancing is one of the most colorful festivals with folk in hispanoamerica. Takes place during the carnival oruro in bolivia and also in northern Chile and other countries, including Peru. -The music, dance and algeria prevailing in the carnavale. There are floats and comparsas dancing in the streets, many people dress up and everyone has fun. The last day of carnival is Tuesday before the start of Lent -This is one of the Holy Week processions in the former guatemala. This ancient city was the capital of Guatemala and is famous for its colonial architecture and the beautiful rugs that are made with flowers, seeds and sawdust for the passage of the processions -The day of St. fermin, July 7, begins the celebration of sanfermines in pamplona. This celebration, which lasts from 7 to July 14, is famous for
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course SPANISH 112 taught by Professor Sarabiaacosta during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Plattsburgh.

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Spanish hacks - PARTIES-El Rocio where this the hermitage of the virgin of rocio in the town they reunen each anus near millon of people to

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