What are the main Colombian fairs and carnivals?
Barranquilla's Carnival, Blacks and Whites' Carnival, The Flowers Fair.
Medellín's Tango Street , Fiestas de Pubenza
Carnival of San Pacho , The Bogotá Carnival
A very important and traditional carnival is the Blacks and Whites' Carnival
Carnival of Riosucio( Blacks and Whites' Carnival, Carnival of Riosucio ) in the city of Pasto, Nariño. It is one of the most ancient
recent( ancient, recent ) carnivals in the Americas. It commemorates the day in which the African
Indian( African, Indian ) slaves had a free day when they unleashed all their happiness.
The () is another incredible festival in Colombia that takes place in . This festival happens every year during the first two weeks of August and lasts around , the most famous part of this festival is a parade called This parade gives silleteros (people who cultivate flowers and create beautiful artwork out of flowers to carry on their backs) a chance to display their amazing work to the public.
One of the biggest performing festivals in the world, the Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro (Ibero-american Theater Festival) is a unique Colombian festival that occurs every two years in .....
Cartagena's Festival( Barranquilla's Carnival, Cartagena's Festival ) , with a century-long recorded history it holds the second
third( second, first, third ) largest carnival parades in the world after Rio de Janeiro's
New york festivals( Rio de Janeiro's, New york festivals ). The Carnival of Barranquilla was proclaimed by UNESCO
ONU( UNESCO, ONU ), in November 2003, as one of the Masterpieces of the Oral Intangible Heritage of Humanity, during Olga Lucia Rodriquez carnival queen year.