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SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TFG
February 07, 2016
A reveller, dressed as a "Mascaritas", attends carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain,...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as a "Mascaritas", attends carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon
A reveller, dressed as a "Mascaritas", attends carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TFF
February 07, 2016
A reveller, dressed as a "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through streets during carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as a "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through streets during carnival celebrations...
A reveller, dressed as a "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through streets during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TFE
February 07, 2016
A reveller, dressed as a "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devil), poses during carnival celebrations in the...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as a "Diablos de Luzon", poses during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon...
A reveller, dressed as a "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devil), poses during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TFD
February 07, 2016
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), and others dressed as "Mascaritas" pose during...
LUZON, Spain
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), and others dressed as "Mascaritas" pose during...
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), and others dressed as "Mascaritas" pose during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TFC
February 07, 2016
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walk through streets during carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walk through streets during carnival celebrations...
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walk through streets during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TFB
February 07, 2016
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), and others dressed as "Mascaritas" pose during...
LUZON, Spain
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), and others dressed as "Mascaritas" pose during...
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), and others dressed as "Mascaritas" pose during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TFA
February 07, 2016
A reveller dressed as a "Mascaritas" attends carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller dressed as a "Mascaritas" attends carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon
A reveller dressed as a "Mascaritas" attends carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TF9
February 07, 2016
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), attend carnival celebrations in the village...
LUZON, Spain
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), attend carnival celebrations in the village...
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), attend carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TF7
February 07, 2016
A reveller (R), dressed as a "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), talks with a person dressed in a costume...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), talks with other dressed in a costume during...
A reveller (R), dressed as a "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), talks with a person dressed in a costume during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TF6
February 07, 2016
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), poses during carnival celebrations in the village...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), poses during carnival celebrations in the village...
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), poses during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TF5
February 07, 2016
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), poses during carnival celebrations in the village...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), poses during carnival celebrations in the village...
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), poses during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TET
February 07, 2016
A reveller (R), dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands next to a person dressed as a "Mascaritas"...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller (R), dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands next to a person dressed as a "Mascaritas"...
A reveller (R), dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands next to a person dressed as a "Mascaritas" during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TER
February 07, 2016
A reveller (C), dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), talks with people dressed as characters...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), talks with others dressed in Avatar costumes...
A reveller (C), dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), talks with people dressed as characters from the movie "Avatar" during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TEP
February 07, 2016
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stand during carnival celebrations in the village...
LUZON, Spain
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stand during carnival celebrations in the village...
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stand during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TEO
February 07, 2016
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands during carnival celebrations in the...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands during carnival celebrations in the...
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLPZ
February 14, 2015
A reveller covers her face in soot and oil as he prepares to become a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil)...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller covers her face in soot and oil as he prepares to become a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil)...
A reveller covers her face in soot and oil as he prepares to become a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLP7
February 14, 2015
Revellers, dressed as "Mascaritas", stand during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon February...
LUZON, Spain
Revellers, dressed as "Mascaritas", stand during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon
Revellers, dressed as "Mascaritas", stand during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLOQ
February 14, 2015
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands during carnival celebrations in the...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands during carnival celebrations in the...
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLOL
February 14, 2015
A reveller (L), dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands next to other revellers dressed...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands next to other revellers dressed as a...
A reveller (L), dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands next to other revellers dressed as a nun and a priest (C) during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLO8
February 14, 2015
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village of Luzon during carnival...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village of Luzon during carnival...
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village of Luzon during carnival celebrations February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLO3
February 14, 2015
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village of Luzon during carnival...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village of Luzon during carnival...
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village of Luzon during carnival celebrations February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLMY
February 14, 2015
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village during carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village during carnival celebrations...
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLMF
February 14, 2015
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (L) (Luzon Devil) sits next to others dressed as Mascaritas"...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) sits next to others dressed as Mascaritas" during...
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (L) (Luzon Devil) sits next to others dressed as Mascaritas" during carnival celebrations in Luzon February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLLW
February 14, 2015
A woman reacts upon seeing a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) outside her window during carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
A woman reacts upon seeing a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) outside her window during carnival celebrations...
A woman reacts upon seeing a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) outside her window during carnival celebrations in Luzon February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTR3FWI4
March 02, 2014
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) smokes a cigarette during carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) smokes a cigarette during carnival celebrations...
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) smokes a cigarette during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTR3FWI1
March 02, 2014
Carnival revellers and "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) parade during carnival celebrations in the Spanish...
LUZON, Spain
Carnival revellers and "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) parade during carnival celebrations in the Spanish...
Carnival revellers and "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) parade during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A reveller gets his face covered in soot and oil as he prepares to become a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller gets his face covered in soot and oil as he prepares to become a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon...
A reveller gets his face covered in soot and oil as he prepares to become a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A boy gets his face stained by a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A musician plays traditional tunes as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) parade during carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
A musician plays traditional tunes as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) parade during carnival celebrations...
A musician plays traditional tunes as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) parade during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) smokes a cigarette during carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) smokes a cigarette during carnival celebrations...
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) smokes a cigarette during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) climbs the steps of a church during carnival celebrations in the Spanish...
LUZON, Spain
A "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) climbs the steps of a church during carnival celebrations in the Spanish...
A "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) climbs the steps of a church during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A small boy tries to escape from a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) trying to stain his face during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A girl in costume takes part in the "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) carnival celebrations in the Spanish...
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A girl in costume takes part in the "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas", who are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon, in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A "Mascarita" watches as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) gets help removing his horns at the end of...
LUZON, Spain
A "Mascarita" watches as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) gets help removing his horns at the end of...
A "Mascarita" watches as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) gets help removing his horns at the end of carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas", who are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon, in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A woman reacts upon seeing a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) outside her window during carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
A woman reacts upon seeing a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) outside her window during carnival celebrations...
A woman reacts upon seeing a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) outside her window during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas", who are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon, in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) tries to scare a "Mascarita" during carnival celebrations in the Spanish...
LUZON, Spain
A "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) tries to scare a "Mascarita" during carnival celebrations in the Spanish...
A "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) tries to scare a "Mascarita" during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas", who are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon, in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) jokes with revellers after removing his potato teeth during carnival...
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A "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) jokes with revellers after removing his potato teeth during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas", who are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon, in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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Handprints from "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) are seen on a wall during carnival celebrations in...
LUZON, Spain
Handprints from "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) are seen on a wall during carnival celebrations in...
Handprints from "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) are seen on a wall during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas", who are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon, in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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LUZON, Spain
Revellers in costume watch as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) dance on a square during carnival celebrations...
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Revellers in costume watch as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) dance on a square during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas", who are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon, in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) smokes a cigarette during carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) smokes a cigarette during carnival celebrations...
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) smokes a cigarette during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas", who are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon, in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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Carnival revellers and "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) parade during carnival celebrations in the Spanish...
LUZON, Spain
Carnival revellers and "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) parade during carnival celebrations in the Spanish...
Carnival revellers and "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) parade during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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Revellers dressed as "Mascaritas" take part in the "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
Revellers dressed as "Mascaritas" take part in the "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) carnival celebrations...
Revellers dressed as "Mascaritas" take part in the "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A boy gets his face stained by a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A musician plays traditional tunes as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) parade during carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
A musician plays traditional tunes as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) parade during carnival celebrations...
A musician plays traditional tunes as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) parade during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A reveller gets his face covered in soot and oil as he prepares to become a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller gets his face covered in soot and oil as he prepares to become a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon...
A reveller gets his face covered in soot and oil as he prepares to become a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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Revellers get dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) during carnival celebrations in the Spanish...
LUZON, Spain
Revellers get dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) during carnival celebrations in the Spanish...
Revellers get dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A boy escapes from a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) trying to stain his face during carnival celebrations...
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A boy escapes from a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) trying to stain his face during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A woman looks from a balcony as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) parade during carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
A woman looks from a balcony as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) parade during carnival celebrations...
A woman looks from a balcony as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) parade during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A bucket contains the mixture of soot and oil that the "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) use to cover...
LUZON, Spain
A bucket contains the mixture of soot and oil that the "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) use to cover...
A bucket contains the mixture of soot and oil that the "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) use to cover their faces and arms during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) receives help getting his horns attached to his...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) receives help getting his horns attached to his...
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) receives help getting his horns attached to his head during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
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March 02, 2014
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN
A...
LUZON, Spain
A boy looks as men dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) pose for a portrait during carnival celebrations...
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN
A boy looks as men dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils) pose for a portrait during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTR3FWD8
March 02, 2014
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) smokes a cigarette during carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) smokes a cigarette during carnival celebrations...
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) smokes a cigarette during carnival celebrations in the Spanish village of Luzon March 1, 2014. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists, to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTR2UNRK
November 30, 2011
Cowbells hang at an alpine chalet near the eastern Swiss mountain resort of Lenzerheide November 25,...
Lenzerheide, Switzerland
Cowbells hang at an alpine chalet near Lenzerheide
Cowbells hang at an alpine chalet near the eastern Swiss mountain resort of Lenzerheide November 25, 2011. Picture taken November 25. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
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RTR26BBX
August 01, 2009
A man carries cow bells and flags of Swiss canton of Valais on his way to Switzerland's national holiday...
RUETLI, Switzerland
A man carries cow bells and flags of Swiss canton of Valais on his way to Switzerland's national holiday...
A man carries cow bells and flags of Swiss canton of Valais on his way to Switzerland's national holiday celebrations at the Ruetli meadows in central Switzerland August 1, 2009. In the background is seen Lake Lucerne. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND)
SPAIN/
RTR1MLZC
February 20, 2007
A carnival reveller dressed as a "Peliqueiro" runs through a street as a man plays a musical instrument...
Laza, Spain
Carnival reveller dressed as a "Peliqueiro" runs through a street in Spain's northwestern village of...
A carnival reveller dressed as a "Peliqueiro" runs through a street as a man plays a musical instrument in Spain's northwestern village of Laza February 20, 2007. "Peliqueiros", or ancient tax collectors, pursued villagers through the streets ringing their cowbells and hitting villagers with their sticks. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal (SPAIN)
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