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The Seville Feria (fair) is a weeklong festival in Spain that begins two weeks after the Semana Santa, or Easter Holy Week. Dancing, eating, drinking, horse parades, and colorful tents are all part of the celebration.

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Las Fallas, Festival of Fire in Valencia, is a traditional celebration held in honor of Saint Joseph in the city of Valencia, Spain.

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Hispanic Day (Dia de la Hispanidad) or National Day (Fiesta Nacional de Espana) honors the date that Christopher Columbus arrived in the Americas in 1492.

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La Tomatina is a food fight festival held every year on the last Wednesday of August in the town of Buñol, near Valencia in Spain. Thousands of people make their way from all over the world to throw over-ripe tomatoes in the streets.

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El Salto del Colacho, also known as The Baby Jumping Festival, is a Spanish ritual in which men dressed as the devil jump over babies born within the year. Traditionally, the “devils” jump over the babies to lure away evil spirits and leave the babies blessed and pure.

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