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29 Jan. 2013
"Joaldunak" carnival revellers tie the copper bells... more
SPAIN/
RTR3D4ME
29 Jan. 2013
Ituren, Spain
"Joaldunak" carnival revellers tie the copper bells of another "Joaldunak" as they prepare in Ituren for a traditional carnival celebration in the northern Spanish region of Navarra January 29, 2013. According to mythical Basque stories, the noise made by the big bells carried by the "Joaldunak" ward off evil spirits and give prosperity for a year to the people living in nearby towns. Every year, villagers from Ituren parade to the neighboring town of Zubieta to join this traditional carnival, which is considered a festival to welcome the spring after a tough winter in the deep valleys of the northern Navarra region. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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