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1350-2688 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2693 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2692 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2695 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2690 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2691 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2687 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2689 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2696 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2697 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2694 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
857-92882 - Volunteers take part in a cleanup event hosted by Outdoor Life, Yamaha and the Southern California Mountains Foundation at the Cactus Flat OHV Staging Area in the San Bernardino National Forest on Sat., Sept. 26, 2015.
797-11294 - England, Merseyside, Liverpool, Royal Liver Building 100th anniversary constructed in 1911 celebrated by staging a 3D Macula light show with the theme of ship on the open seas.
832-368957 - Students of the Escuela Ceiba school staging an election campaign, panel discussion, as part of their social studies class prior to the upcoming parliamentary elections, Lomas de Santa Faz slum, Guatemala City, Guatemala, Central America
857-69586 - Palmyra, Syria - January, 2008: Roman ruins in the desert. Palmyra or Tadmore was a 2nd century AD desert oasis used as a strategic staging post for caravans traveling between the Mediterranean Sea and the east. It was also settled by the Assyrians, and Persians.
817-340290 - Molecule Man, sculpture by American artist Jonathan Borofsky, staging in the Spree river at sunset, overlooking the Oberbaumbruecke bridge, Friedrichshain and tv tower, Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
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