Plaza del Azoguejo square, at the foot of the Aqueduct, is the main stage for the event, which features performances of traditional dancing from the five continents. Music and dance fill the streets of the city, alongside the host company, the “La Esteva” group. There are also parallel activities such as street entertainment and tourist visits.
Traditional dances from all over the world have left a lasting impression over the last 20 years that this festival has been celebrated. Among them, have been the Maori of New Zealand, dancing in their tribal dress under the arches of the aqueduct. Or that of the Peruvians of the Andes or the Amazon on the same stage, with their colourful dresses. But no less striking are the dances and the dress of the Spanish groups.
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