miércoles, 23 de mayo de 2012

Dances and Traditions

San Benito dance to.

This dance is the main attraction in the festivities of Uluazapa. It's kind of request that the rains fall and is believed to be the result of visits to nearby villages were the employer of the municipality.

The religious who visited when they came to San Benito Uluazapa their way to the altar of St. Benedict to pray and to deposit some money. Were organized in groups and danced around the image. The dance group is made up of six or twelve pairs. The dancers are arranged in two rows, one for men and a women, placing the image of the saint in front. The couple who heads the row is responsible for "taking the license," San Benito ask permission to do the dance

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