diablo carnavalero - carnival (argentina), andean carnival, costume, diablo de carnaval, folklore, horns, indigenous culture, man, mask, mirrors, noroeste argentino, quebrada de humahuaca, tilcara, tribal diablo carnavalero - carnival (argentina), andean carnival, costume, diablo de carnaval, folklore, horns, indigenous culture, man, mask, mirrors, noroeste argentino, quebrada de humahuaca, tilcara, tribal

diablo carnavalero - carnival (argentina)

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.­

For more photos and information about the Carnival in Northern Argentina, read the album description.

Belgrano 400-500, Tilcara, Jujuy Province, Argentina