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Traditions of Spain.
I think these articles on different peoples could be accompanied by video clips showing different traditions of said peoples. It could be very interesting adding a cultural and traditional context, which is always very interesting in anthropology.
This video shows Southern Spaniards from Seville in traditional costumes and traditional music:
This video shows the Holly Week in Malaga, also in Southern Spain, which is a religious tradition with a strong military flavour:
This video shows the famous Fallas of Valencia, in South-Eastern Spain: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-S6PRESdgAk
Catalan human towers, North-Eastern Spain: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VTVtSpXWoU
Asturian pipers, Northern Spain:
This one is about the famous Safermines, in Pamplona, Nothern Spain:http://www.rtve.es/alacarta/videos/sanfermines/accidentado-veloz-cuarto-encierro-sanfermines-2014-ganaderia-garcigrande/2652537/ Pipo.
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