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PHOTOS: Afro-Caribbean Day in Limón

September 1, 2017

Each year, Costa Rica’s Caribbean port town Limón throws a party on Aug. 31 to celebrate its vibrant Afro-Caribbean culture. The main event is a parade, which fills the streets with floats, colourful dresses and dancing.

Enjoy some scenes from this year’s parade:

Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times

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Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
Kristel Segeren/The Tico Times
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