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Camuñas en Corpus Christii_Calle -3
Spain
El Corpus Christi de Camuñas es una original fiesta en la que se enfrentan simbólicamente el bien y el mal, la pureza y el pecado, a través de unas danzas rituales que simbolizan la victoria del amor de Cristo sobre el pecado.
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