It’s a white out!

On Carnival Monday the streets of Santa Cruz de La Palma in Spain fill with over 50,000 white-clad revelers and huge clouds of talcum powder in an eccentric celebration known as the Day of the Indians (Día de los Indianos).

More on Día de Los Indianos (talcum powder fight) by Somewhere in the world today…

Picture: Indianos la Palma by rosillaescrig, on Flickr

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    A talcum powder festival? Amazing!
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    how come denmark doesnt have any fun festivals while im here?!