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Ninot infantil 2017.

Ninot infantil 2017.

The Fallas festival in Valencia, Spain. Elaborate giant paper mache sculptures that are later burnt in the streets. a festival of fire. Huge fiesta event. Travel culture.

The Fallas Festival of Valencia (Spain) one of the most outstanding fire fiesta in the whole world.

Valencia - these are made out of paper and are BURNED for Fallas . . . I got to see some of them in March 2012

Las Fallas festival - Valencia Festival in Spain where artists work for a year on sculptures only to have them burnt during this festival (see next picture)

Los Fallas, Valencia, Spain- March 17th, 2013

See Spain Light Itself On Fire at Valencia’s Fallas Festival

Las Fallas or the Festival of Fire is held in Valencia, Spain every year from the 1st to the 19th of March. People hit the streets dressed up in traditional costumes, build a huge statue of Virgin Mary out of flowers and enormous fallas (cardbord and papier-mâché figures), enjoy mascletas, light displays and valencian food.

Las Fallas or the Festival of Fire is held in Valencia, Spain every year from the to the of March. People hit the streets dressed up in traditional costumes, build a huge statue of Virgin Mary out of flowers and enormous fallas … Read

Las Fallas Festival. Valencia, Spain. I got to see the Fallas prior to the Festival, but didn't get to see them burn!

I really enjoyed La Fiesta De Fallas in Valencia, Spain. First three weeks in March.

Valencia, Spain (by monsalo)

Valencia, Spain (by monsalo) (All things Europe)

Spain: Valencia - Spain (by monsalo) - All things Europe. À voir pour été 2014

La crida en les torres de Serrans de Valencia.  One of the best festivals in Spain.  Wonderful photo to show how packed the streets are.

One of the best festivals in Spain. Wonderful photo to show how packed the streets are.

"Fallera" Dress - Valéncia, Spain | The traditional lace veil headdress worn by 'falleras' as they offer their flowers to Our Lady of the Forsaken during the Fallas Festival in Valencia, Spain.

The traditional lace veil headdress worn by 'falleras' as they offer their flowers to Our Lady of the Forsaken during the Fallas Festival in Valencia, Spain.

Los Torres de Serranos, Valencia, Spain. FSU Valencia is the yellow building to the right! That was my home for 5 weeks in the summer of 2012!

FSU Valencia is the yellow building to the right! That was my home for 5 weeks in the summer of

To see the amazing lit arches from Valencia, Spain festival, Las Fallas

Amazing lit arches from Valencia, Spain festival, Las Fallas. Las Fallas is a festival at which artists gather from all around Spain

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