PHOTOS: Carnaval in San José

December 28, 2017

A holiday tradition that returned to the streets of San José in 2016 was back again this year to delight spectators: Carnaval.

The parade, which is a downtown Chepe tradition but was moved to Desamparados, just south of the capital, for 11 years until last year, filled the streets with color and music. Take a look.

AFP Photo/Ezequiel Becerra
AFP Photo/Ezequiel Becerra
AFP Photo/Ezequiel Becerra
AFP Photo/Ezequiel Becerra

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