To the streets we go, bearing lanterns
Homes, pulperías, busts of Keylor Navas, chorreadores complete with coffee mugs. You’ll see it all if you venture into the streets this evening after 6 p.m. for the traditional desfile de faroles, or lantern parade. Read more about the history of this tradition here.
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