West Indies Caribbean Carnival

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West Indies Caribbean Carnival

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Ara by Solange Govia. BLISS Carnival 2015

Photography by Laura FerreiraAra by Solange Govia. BLISS Carnival 2015  Photography by Laura Ferreira


In the calendar of all peoples certain days have been set aside for special religious or secular observance, or as possessing a special character. Among these days, some have remained primarily religious in character, some of which were once of religious or superstitious significance, are no longer so but remain as special days. In many countries celebrations of Carnival are special days and have become the greatest popular cultural manifestation. It is a mixture of fun, party and theater, which involves art and folklore. It basically comes up as a street party but is also celebrated in closed spaces such as clubs.

Where did Carnival come from?
Hundreds of years ago followers of the Catholic religion in Italy started the tradition of holding a wild costume festival right before Lent. Because Catholics areā€¦

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