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  • @Marica - That's really incredible!
    @Carme - Thanks for sharing the info!
  • @Marica and Carme- thanks for sharing! :))
  • I've seen in live "Els Castellers" two years ago and I was speechless, the atmosphere in that square was magical!
    Here the "Castellers de Vilafranca", is called a "tres de nou"-"three of nine"- because there are three persons in each of the middle levels, and nine levels in total. It was amazing!!
  • This is absolutely incredible. Brings a smile to my face.
  • Not only in Tarragona, but in all the Catalan people celebrate "Els Castellers" a strong tradition of popular support that has come to mean the sum of all of the value of the individual. Who rises above generally tend to be younger, mostly girls, are called "enxaneta. "
    I leave you this link, translate: http://www.elmundo.es/elmundo/2010/12/12/barcelona/1292117671.html
    In November 2010 Castellers declared Patrimony of Humanity
    I'm proud to say : I 'm Catalan! ;)
  • amazing
  • I am petrified of heights! I have respect for them. So much courage is needed for this! When they fell, I admit, I gasped! haha
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