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Why is Spain called the country of Fiestas?

Asked by J. Pollock, Last updated: Jul 05, 2020

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W. Mocroft

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Answered Mar 05, 2019

Spain is known for having a lot of festivals which is why they are called the country of fiestas. One of those fiestas is called the Semana Santa. This is a religious fiesta which is also known as Holy Week. People go to the streets and celebrate in costume the Holy Week. They also play music. The Pamplona Bull Run is probably the most popular and well-recognized because this is where people run with the bulls and hope not to get hurt.

Spain is known for having a lot of festivals which is why they are called the country of fiestas.
Similar to Mardi Gras, Spain also celebrates a fiesta similar to that called Carnival where everyone gets dressed up. Tomatina Tomato Fight is probably the messiest fiesta because this is a really big tomato fight in the streets with thousands of people throwing the red fruit at one another.

 

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