In Peru’s Diablada festival men parade through the lakeside town of Puno dressed as colourful demons. Some myths as to the origins of the festival point to a mocking of the Spanish colonisers, while others see the event as a tribute to the spirits of Lake Titicaca.
Portrait of a Tobas warrior during carnival called The Devil Dance (La Diablada), Oruro, Bolivia, South America
Diablada dancers wearing elaborate devil masks and costumes in the procession of the Carnaval de Oruro, Bolivia
Mask at the largest Indio carnival in the world, Diablada, Dance of the Devils, living UNESCO World Heritage Site, Oruro, Bolivia, South America
Diablada dancer wearing an elaborate devil mask and costume in the procession of the Carnaval de Oruro, Bolivia
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