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Portuguese Carnival in Lazarim

Portuguese Carnival in Lazarim

Portuguese Carnival in Lazarim

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Portuguese Carnival in Torres Vedras

Portuguese Carnival in Torres Vedras

Cabeçudos | Carnival giant muppets at the preligious procession of Romaria da Nossa Sra Agonia, Minho, Portugal | #portugal #portuguese_traditions #portuguese_carnival_celebrations

Cabeçudos | Carnival giant muppets at the preligious procession of Romaria da Nossa Sra Agonia, Minho, Portugal | #portugal #portuguese_traditions #portuguese_carnival_celebrations

Carnavalizando! Carnival Dinner Celebration organized by Aimmée Reid - Cultural Secretary for Portuguese, Feb 2017

Carnavalizando! Carnival Dinner Celebration organized by Aimmée Reid - Cultural Secretary for Portuguese, Feb 2017

A big reveler from the Portuguese village of Podence, dressed in a traditional costume during annual Carnival festivities on February 26, 2017 in Macedo de Cavaleiros, Portugal. Revelers, known as 'Caretos' wear brass or wooden masks and dress up in costumes made of dyed wool and with cowbells in their belts. They shout and chase people in the streets to scare them, with single women being their main target. Once they corner someone, they bang their cowbells against the person.

A big reveler from the Portuguese village of Podence, dressed in a traditional costume during annual Carnival festivities on February 26, 2017 in Macedo de Cavaleiros, Portugal. Revelers, known as 'Caretos' wear brass or wooden masks and dress up in costumes made of dyed wool and with cowbells in their belts. They shout and chase people in the streets to scare them, with single women being their main target. Once they corner someone, they bang their cowbells against the person.

Performers from the Portuguese village of Podence dressed in a traditional costume during annual carnival festivities on February 26, 2017, in Macedo de Cavaleiros, Portugal. Revelers, known as "Caretos" wear brass or wooden masks and dress up in costumes made of dyed wool and with cowbells in their belts.

Performers from the Portuguese village of Podence dressed in a traditional costume during annual carnival festivities on February 26, 2017, in Macedo de Cavaleiros, Portugal. Revelers, known as "Caretos" wear brass or wooden masks and dress up in costumes made of dyed wool and with cowbells in their belts.

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