Posts Tagged ‘Fiestas del Pilar’

During the Fiestas del Pilar: eat on the street

During the Fiestas del Pilar people don’t stop at home (maybe just to sleep a little). Concerts, plays, shows and fairs keep us going from one side to another; but at some point, you’ll have to eat. We show you diff...



The history of the cachirulo

What is that kerchief that everybody wear around the neck in Fiestas del Pilar? That complement is called cachirulo and its a popular garnment just used during this Festivity. Its origin is apparently Muslim and it was retai...



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Enjoy the Fiestas del Pilar in the street

Fiestas del Pilar are coming, shops have decorated their windows with cachirulos , Aragon flags , regional costumes … In the streets the workers are ending the assembly of tents, booths and stages for concerts. Some place...



Zaragoza’s “Giants and big heads” tradition

One of the most beloved traditions of Zaragoza is the parade of Giants and Big Heads which comes up in the Fiestas del Pilar , San Valero and Cincomarzada . The Giants dance with ceremonial step to enliven the public while the ...





 
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