blue diablo carnavalero holding his tail - carnaval - tilcara (argentina)

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blue diablo carnavalero holding his tail - carnaval - tilcara (argentina)

Carnival Devil (Diablo Carnavalero), a traditional costume during Carnaval in the Andes mountains.­

Carnival 2010 in the streets of Tilcara (Argentina).­

During Carnival festivities in the small village of Tilcara, in the Quebrada de Humahuaca (Northern Argentina), young men dress up as devils (diablos) with colorful costumes covered with mirrors.­ Women hold the tail of a devil and everyone is drinking and dancing to the music of marching bands.­

andean carnival
careta de diablo
confettis
costume
diablo carnavalero
diablo de carnaval
folklore
horns
indigenous culture
man
mask
mirrors
noroeste argentino
quebrada de humahuaca
quechua culture
serpentine throws
tilcara
tribal
February 13, 2010
Belgrano 400-500, Tilcara, Jujuy Province, Argentina