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Romeria

Bridle Day Enjoyment Fiesta Fiestas Folk Festival Folklore Fun Horse Horse Photography  Horseman Leisure Activity Outdoors Rein Romeria Skill
Day Fiesta Fiestas Folk Festival Folklore Gratitude Horse Horse Photography  Horsehair Horseman Horses Leisure Activity Outdoors Romeria Skill
Vehículos romeros Somosfelices Romeria Amazing Cars PiedrasAlbas
Animal Photography Animal Themes B&w Black And White Blackandwhite Bridle Horse Horsehair Horseman Leisure Activity Light And Shadow Ornaments Part Of Rein Romeria Fine Art Photography Art Is Everywhere BYOPaper! Olympus OM-D EM-1 Olympus Mirrorless
Romeria! PiedrasAlbas Noedit Somosfelices Romeria
Volver a los 17... https://youtu.be/krEMw8E5ZAg Thas't Me Looking At Camera Young Adult Portrait Woman Only Women Outdoors Archival Adult Adults Only Real People People One Person Day Human Role Romeria Naseiro.
Romería de la Virgen de la Cabeza 2016 Andalucía Andujar Cerro Del Cabezo Fiesta Religiosa Jaen Province Parque Natural Sierra De Andújar Religiosidad Popular Romeria Romería Virgen De La Cabeza Sierramorena Virgen De La Cabeza
Romería de la Virgen de la Cabeza 2016 Andalucía Andujar Cerro Del Cabezo Fiesta Religiosa Jaen Province Parque Natural Sierra De Andújar Religiosidad Popular Romeria Romería Virgen De La Cabeza Sierramorena Virgen De La Cabeza
Bajadadelavirgen LaPalma Trajedemago Romeria
Romeria Large Group Of People Full Length Leisure Activity Lifestyles Standing Outdoors Person Day Casual Clothing Crowd Performance Religion
Belleza Ateneo Vikingo Romeria vikinga 2013 Ursula Viño Preciosidad Festaza Irrepetible
Romería de la Virgen de la Cabeza 2016 Andalucía Andujar Cerro Del Cabezo Fiesta Religiosa Jaen Province Parque Natural Sierra De Andújar Religiosidad Popular Romeria Romería Virgen De La Cabeza Sierramorena Virgen De La Cabeza
Camino Romeria 2014 con esta Rosaleña ✌ Me Friend Romeria Collage two Retrica nice cute selfie instalike likeforlike l4l tagsforlikes like4like
Childhood Full Length Domestic Animals Boys Togetherness Casual Clothing Elementary Age Mammal Love One Animal Grass Field Mother Livestock Casual Holding Day Person Outdoors Romeria
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Romería de la Virgen de la Cabeza 2016 Andalucía Andujar Cerro Del Cabezo Fiesta Religiosa Jaen Province Parque Natural Sierra De Andújar Religiosidad Popular Romeria Romería Virgen De La Cabeza Sierramorena Virgen De La Cabeza
Bajadadelavirgen LaPalma Romeria Tradiciones
Cuando la fe supera la tradicion se convierte en un acto de amor! !Churches Collection Church Architecture Church Time Iglesia Católica  Iglesias Igrejaspelomundo Igrejas Architecture Romeria Costumes Tradiciones Traditions
Romeria Leisure Activity Togetherness Standing Lifestyles Young Women Teenage Girls Enjoyment Front View Happiness Person Young Adult Fun Party - Social Event Performance Friend Mask - Disguise Red Temple Religion
Hidden Gems  Virgin  Costa Rica Church Romeria HuaweiP9 Building Art Ligths Embrace Urban Life
Romería Romeria Sun
Animal Photography Animal Portrait Animal Themes Day Festivity Fiesta Fiestas Folk Festival Folklore Horse Horse Photography  Horseman Mammal Ornaments Outdoor Outdoor Photography Outdoors Romeria
@martinho_09 As Torres Vikinga Romeria 2013 Catoira Viño Ursula Tradicion
Animal Photography Animal Themes Bridle Day Festivity Fiesta Fiestas Folk Festival Folklore Horse Horse Photography  Horse Riding Horsehair Horseman Leisure Activity Mount Ornaments Outdoors Rein Romeria
Animal Photography Animal Themes Bridle Focus On Foreground Horse Horse Photography  Horseman Leisure Activity Mount Ornaments Rein Romeria Selective Focus Art Is Everywhere
Bajadadelavirgen Romeria LaPalma Trajedemago
Animal Head  Animal Photography Animal Portrait Animal Themes Bridle Close-up Day Festivity Fiesta Fiestas Focus On Foreground Folk Festival Folklore Horse Horse Head Horse Photography  Horsehair Horseman Mammal Mount Ornaments Outdoors Rein Romeria
Romeria de la Virgen del Casar. Portaje (Cáceres). Portaje Caballos Chevaux Romeria Extremadura Cáceres Riding Happiness Outdoors Tradition Traditional The Week On EyeEm
La Romera Streetphotography_bw Streetphoto_bw Streetphotography Romeria
Yegua con nervio. Somosfelices Yegua Huelva Romeria
Religion Temple Romeria Religious  Art And Craft Art Creativity Multi Colored Full Frame Vibrant Color
Romeria Traditional Pimavera Beautiful
Oxen Animals Tenerife Garachico Parade Romeria Eyeemphoto Transportation Transport My Year My View
Animal Photography Animal Portrait Animal Themes Close-up Day Festivity Fiesta Fiestas Focus On Foreground Folk Festival Folklore Horse Horse Photography  Horsehair Horseman Leisure Activity Ornaments Outdoors Portrait Romeria Art Is Everywhere Olympus OM-D EM-1 Olympus Mirrorless
Grandes momentos.... Party Destinorural Romeria Eye4photography
Romeria Virgen De Los Remedios La Roda Spain Pray For The World
Romeria Person Religion Human Representation Architecture Building Exterior Built Structure Art And Craft Mask - Disguise Art City Celebration Carnival Costume City Life Creativity Day Event
Casual Clothing Enjoyment Family Flowers Folk Festival Folklore Friendship Fun Leisure Activity Mountain Outdoors Romeria Virgen Del Carmen People Tradition Traditional Culture
Animal Themes Bridle Close-up Festivity Fiesta Fiestas Focus On Foreground Folk Festival Folklore Horse Horse Photography  Horseman Mount Ornaments Rein Romeria Selective Focus
Vikingos Vikinga Romeria 2013 @martinho_09 Tradicion Putos Amos Grandes Ursula Viño Momento Fotos
Romería de la Virgen de la Cabeza 2016 Andalucía Andujar Cerro Del Cabezo Fiesta Religiosa Jaen Province Parque Natural Sierra De Andújar Religiosidad Popular Romeria Romería Virgen De La Cabeza Sierramorena Virgen De La Cabeza
Y ojalá volviéramos ahora a ese día. Me Friend Romeria Retrica nice cute instaday likeforlike like4like instalike l4l tagsforlikes
Animal Animal Photography Animal Portrait Animal Themes Bridle Close-up Day Decoration Festival Festivity Focus On Foreground Folk Festival Folklore Horse Horse Head Horse Photography  Horsehair Leisure Activity Multi Colored Ornaments Outdoor Photography Popular Festival Rein Romeria
Tenerife Teneriffa Tipical Típico Magos Romeria Tegueste Canarias
El Romero Streetphoto_bw Streetphotography_bw Blackandwhitephotography Romeria
Romeria Zocueca Blue Bunting Celebration Clear Sky Day Flag Hanging Low Angle View Multi Colored No People Outdoors Patrimonio Etnológico Patriotism Red Religiosidad Popular Religiosidade Romería Virgen De Zocueca Sierra Morena Sky Wind ´bailén
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"En cuestiones de cultura y de saber, sólo se pierde lo que se guarda; sólo se gana lo que se da" — Antonio Machado Adult Andujar Blue Celebration Clear Sky Crowd Day Large Group Of People Men Outdoors Parque Natural Sierra De Andújar Patrimonio Etnológico People Real People Religiosidad Popular Romeria Romería Virgen De La Cabeza Santuario Santuario De La Virgen De La Cabeza Sierra Morena Sky Togetherness
EyeEm Selects Romeria Large Group Of People Men Real People Architecture Celebration Women City Built Structure Adult Street Building Exterior Cultures Parade Togetherness Traditional Festival Outdoors Adults Only Day People Traditional Dancing
Animal Photography Animal Portrait Animal Themes Bridle Day Festivity Fiesta Fiestas Folk Festival Folklore Horse Horse Head Horse Photography  Horsehair Horseman Leisure Activity Lifestyles Mode Of Transport Mount Outdoor Outdoor Photography Outdoors Rein Romeria
Only Women One Person Women Blackandwhite Photography Black & White Blackandwhite Animal The Week On EyeEm Horse Domestic Animals Traditional Traditional Clothing Romeria
Estructura Romeria Iglesia
Architecture Building Exterior Illuminated Built Structure Church Religion Spirituality Place Of Worship Night Sky Travel Destinations Dome City Life Façade Outdoors Tourism Tall - High No People Spire  History Romeria
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Hay muchos tipos de fiesta y entre todas ellas están las fiestas religiosas, las que marcan el ciclo anual, los años se marcan de fiesta en fiesta... en ellas concentramos nuestra atención, porque acentuamos la memoria, nuestra esperanza, la fe que profesa el buen vecino.... En esta fiesta los vecinos se aglutinan en silencio en un cerro a contemplar la palabra al mismo tiempo que establecen una conversación interna con su lado más espiritual. Es fiesta de quien porta una bandera y la hace bailar para rendir pleitesía, del que toca un tambor anunciando el paso de su colectivo.... Vienen a dar luz pidiendo salud y trabajo, a ser contagiados de la magia mediante el contacto con su símbolo sagrado, serán los niños los que se puedan acercar a su rostro y un sin fin de objetos personales para engalanarse con ellos y regresar a su pueblo luciéndose con altanería.... Preguntad a quien de rodillas subió la cuesta, a quien fue porteador, a quien grita los vivas a la Virgen y aprenderéis qué es ser un buen vecino. "... Como al revés contemplamos yo y él las obras de Dios, Diógenes o yo engañamos. ¿Cuál mentirá de los dos? ¿Quién es en pintar más fiel las obras que Dios creó? El cinismo dirá que él; la virtud dirá que yo. Y es que en el mundo traidor nada hay verdad ni mentira: todo es según el color del cristal con que se mira...." Ramón de Campoamor #virgendelacabeza #romeríavirgendelacabeza #andujar #patrimonioetnologico Andujar Arts Culture And Entertainment Chess Collage Crowd Day Enjoyment Film Industry Indoors  Jaen Province Jaen Provincia Large Group Of People Leisure Activity Lifestyles Men Multiple Image Parque Natural Sierra De Andújar People Real People Romeria Romería Virgen De La Cabeza Sierra Morena Watching Women
Instapeques MiniAnabel MiniMaria Romeria bosque Ma. instarecuerdo instafriends instalove
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Religion Togetherness Spirituality Flower Statue Art And Craft Human Representation Place Of Worship Sculpture Multi Colored Creativity Religious Offering Culture Temple Fragility Freshness Romeria
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Parecía bueno y todo jajaja Me Peque Romeria Nice cute instalike like4like tagsforlikes
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Hidden Gems  HuaweiP9 Romeria Costa Rica Church Virgin  Black And White Photography Monochromatic Embrace Urban Life
No hay Romeria Gallega en la que no haya un Caldero de Cobre y el Pulpo
Art Mexican Culture Romeria Large Group Of Objects For Sale Variation Retail  Abundance Choice Market Market Stall Person Sale Food And Drink Food Sitting Collection Small Business Men Transportation Freshness Display Day
Animal Photography Animal Portrait Animal Themes Close-up Day Festivity Fiesta Fiestas Folk Festival Folklore Horse Horse Photography  Horseman Leg Leisure Activity Mammal Multicolored Ornaments Outdoor Photography Outdoors Part Of Popular Festival Romeria White
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Crucemos el río... Romeria
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Cerrado un día maravilloso y de buen rollo absoluto Atardecer Nature_collection Romeria Clouds And Sky
De Romería...Tania y Yo Romeria Fiesta Party Tradition
Animal Photography Bridle Carriage Festivity Fiesta Fiestas Focus On Foreground Folk Festival Folklore Horse Horse Head Horse Photography  Horsehair Leisure Activity Ornaments Outdoors Rein Romeria
Palmero sube a La Palma, catai, catai... Bajadadelavirgen Romeria LaPalma Trajedemago
Romeria Enjoying Life Hello World
Soon it is time again and the time of Romerias has come. You get the costume from the wardrobe, the chacaras (a kind of castagnette) and the timple (a kind of small guitar) and also the Gofio you unpack and go to the Romeria. It is surprising with how much pride the young Canarios wear their costumes. Typical local instruments are used to accompany the festive procession with music. The whole way is dancing and making music. The word Romería comes from Romero, the pilgrim on his way to Rome. In these weeks, all major towns in Tenerife celebrate such folk festivals. The terminus of such a Romería is usually a church with a statue of a saint worshiped by the locals, much like a procession. Usually, the population, dressed in the local costumes, with decorated, drawn by ox cart through the village. With a real Romería on Tenerife, the good Canarian wine should not be missed! The carts are loaded with traditional food and wine, which is brought to the people during the festival. There are even special glasses that are hung in a leather holder on a band around the neck and so you always have a glass ready if the Canarios offer a wine from the carts. The wine is served for free and also Canarian specialties and snacks are distributed, such as hard-boiled eggs and bread with chorizo, a savory sausage of the Canary Islands. Drunk here is a lot and also eaten in quantities, but above all, music and dancing. Black & White Canary Islands EyeEm EyeEm Gallery EyeEmBestPics Feliz-Photo Romeria SPAIN Straßenfotografie Black And White Blackandwhite Blackandwhite Photography Day Eye4photography  Group Of People People Pinolere Preparing Food Real People Street Street Photography Streetphoto_bw Streetphotography Tenerife Teneriffa
Soon it is time again and the time of Romerias has come. You get the costume from the wardrobe, the chacaras (a kind of castagnette) and the timple (a kind of small guitar) and also the Gofio you unpack and go to the Romeria. It is surprising with how much pride the young Canarios wear their costumes. Typical local instruments are used to accompany the festive procession with music. The whole way is dancing and making music. The word Romería comes from Romero, the pilgrim on his way to Rome. In these weeks, all major towns in Tenerife celebrate such folk festivals. The terminus of such a Romería is usually a church with a statue of a saint worshiped by the locals, much like a procession. Usually, the population, dressed in the local costumes, with decorated, drawn by ox cart through the village. With a real Romería on Tenerife, the good Canarian wine should not be missed! The carts are loaded with traditional food and wine, which is brought to the people during the festival. There are even special glasses that are hung in a leather holder on a band around the neck and so you always have a glass ready if the Canarios offer a wine from the carts. The wine is served for free and also Canarian specialties and snacks are distributed, such as hard-boiled eggs and bread with chorizo, a savory sausage of the Canary Islands. Drunk here is a lot and also eaten in quantities, but above all, music and dancing. Canary Islands EyeEm EyeEm Best Shots EyeEm Selects EyeEm Gallery Feliz-Photo Romeria SPAIN Baby Child Childhood Clothing Eye4photography  Group Of People Livestock Los Realejos Mammal Men Real People Standing Tenerife Teneriffa This Is Family Togetherness Young
Soon it is time again and the time of Romerias has come. You get the costume from the wardrobe, the chacaras (a kind of castagnette) and the timple (a kind of small guitar) and also the Gofio you unpack and go to the Romeria. It is surprising with how much pride the young Canarios wear their costumes. Typical local instruments are used to accompany the festive procession with music. The whole way is dancing and making music. The word Romería comes from Romero, the pilgrim on his way to Rome. In these weeks, all major towns in Tenerife celebrate such folk festivals. The terminus of such a Romería is usually a church with a statue of a saint worshiped by the locals, much like a procession. Usually, the population, dressed in the local costumes, with decorated, drawn by ox cart through the village. With a real Romería on Tenerife, the good Canarian wine should not be missed! The carts are loaded with traditional food and wine, which is brought to the people during the festival. There are even special glasses that are hung in a leather holder on a band around the neck and so you always have a glass ready if the Canarios offer a wine from the carts. The wine is served for free and also Canarian specialties and snacks are distributed, such as hard-boiled eggs and bread with chorizo, a savory sausage of the Canary Islands. Drunk here is a lot and also eaten in quantities, but above all, music and dancing. Black & White Bull Canary Islands EyeEm EyeEm Best Shots Feliz-Photo La Orotava Romeria SPAIN Straßenfotografie Black And White Blackandwhite Blackandwhite Photography Day Domestic Animals Eye4photography  Mature Men One Person Real People Street Street Photography Streetphoto_bw Streetphotography Tenerife Teneriffa
You get the costume from the wardrobe, the chacaras (a kind of castagnette) and the timple (a kind of small guitar) and also the Gofio you unpack and go to the Romeria. It is surprising with how much pride the young Canarios wear their costumes. Typical local instruments are used to accompany the festive procession with music. The whole way is dancing and making music. The word Romería comes from Romero, the pilgrim on his way to Rome. In these weeks, all major towns in Tenerife celebrate such folk festivals. The terminus of such a Romería is usually a church with a statue of a saint worshiped by the locals, much like a procession. Usually, the population, dressed in the local costumes, with decorated, drawn by ox cart through the village. With a real Romería on Tenerife, the good Canarian wine should not be missed! The carts are loaded with traditional food and wine, which is brought to the people during the festival. There are even special glasses that are hung in a leather holder on a band around the neck and so you always have a glass ready if the Canarios offer a wine from the carts. The wine is served for free and also Canarian specialties and snacks are distributed, such as hard-boiled eggs and bread with chorizo, a savory sausage of the Canary Islands. Drunk here is a lot and also eaten in quantities, but above all, music and dancing. Canary Islands Feliz-Photo Focus On The Story La Orotava Romeria SPAIN Building Exterior Built Structure City Costume Group Of People Leisure Activity Lifestyles Los Realejos Men Musical Instrument Musician Real People Street Tenerife Teneriffa
You get the costume from the wardrobe, the chacaras (a kind of castagnette) and the timple (a kind of small guitar) and also the Gofio you unpack and go to the Romeria. It is surprising with how much pride the young Canarios wear their costumes. Typical local instruments are used to accompany the festive procession with music. The whole way is dancing and making music. The word Romería comes from Romero, the pilgrim on his way to Rome. In these weeks, all major towns in Tenerife celebrate such folk festivals. The terminus of such a Romería is usually a church with a statue of a saint worshiped by the locals, much like a procession. Usually, the population, dressed in the local costumes, with decorated, drawn by ox cart through the village. With a real Romería on Tenerife, the good Canarian wine should not be missed! The carts are loaded with traditional food and wine, which is brought to the people during the festival. There are even special glasses that are hung in a leather holder on a band around the neck and so you always have a glass ready if the Canarios offer a wine from the carts. The wine is served for free and also Canarian specialties and snacks are distributed, such as hard-boiled eggs and bread with chorizo, a savory sausage of the Canary Islands. Drunk here is a lot and also eaten in quantities, but above all, music and dancing. Canary Islands EyeEm Best Shots Feliz-Photo Focus On The Story La Orotava Romeria SPAIN Arts Culture And Entertainment Building Exterior Celebration City Crowd Eye4photography  Festival Group Of People Large Group Of People Lifestyles Los Realejos Musical Instrument Real People Street Tenerife Teneriffa Traditional Clothing Women
Soon it is time again and the time of Romerias has come. You get the costume from the wardrobe, the chacaras (a kind of castagnette) and the timple (a kind of small guitar) and also the Gofio you unpack and go to the Romeria. It is surprising with how much pride the young Canarios wear their costumes. Typical local instruments are used to accompany the festive procession with music. The whole way is dancing and making music. The word Romería comes from Romero, the pilgrim on his way to Rome. In these weeks, all major towns in Tenerife celebrate such folk festivals. The terminus of such a Romería is usually a church with a statue of a saint worshiped by the locals, much like a procession. Usually, the population, dressed in the local costumes, with decorated, drawn by ox cart through the village. With a real Romería on Tenerife, the good Canarian wine should not be missed! The carts are loaded with traditional food and wine, which is brought to the people during the festival. There are even special glasses that are hung in a leather holder on a band around the neck and so you always have a glass ready if the Canarios offer a wine from the carts. The wine is served for free and also Canarian specialties and snacks are distributed, such as hard-boiled eggs and bread with chorizo, a savory sausage of the Canary Islands. Drunk here is a lot and also eaten in quantities, but above all, music and dancing. Canary Islands EyeEm EyeEm Best Shots EyeEm Selects EyeEm Gallery Feliz-Photo Romeria SPAIN Building Exterior Celebration Child Childhood Costume Eye4photography  Festival Group Of People Leisure Activity Los Realejos Real People Standing Tenerife Teneriffa This Is Family Togetherness Traditional Clothing
You get the costume from the wardrobe, the chacaras (a kind of castagnette) and the timple (a kind of small guitar) and also the Gofio you unpack and go to the Romeria. It is surprising with how much pride the young Canarios wear their costumes. Typical local instruments are used to accompany the festive procession with music. The whole way is dancing and making music. The word Romería comes from Romero, the pilgrim on his way to Rome. In these weeks, all major towns in Tenerife celebrate such folk festivals. The terminus of such a Romería is usually a church with a statue of a saint worshiped by the locals, much like a procession. Usually, the population, dressed in the local costumes, with decorated, drawn by ox cart through the village. With a real Romería on Tenerife, the good Canarian wine should not be missed! The carts are loaded with traditional food and wine, which is brought to the people during the festival. There are even special glasses that are hung in a leather holder on a band around the neck and so you always have a glass ready if the Canarios offer a wine from the carts. The wine is served for free and also Canarian specialties and snacks are distributed, such as hard-boiled eggs and bread with chorizo, a savory sausage of the Canary Islands. Drunk here is a lot and also eaten in quantities, but above all, music and dancing. Canary Islands EyeEm EyeEm Best Shots EyeEm Gallery Feliz-Photo Focus On The Story La Orotava Romeria SPAIN Celebration Child Childhood Costume Eye4photography  Females Festival Group Of People Leisure Activity Los Realejos Real People Tenerife Teneriffa Togetherness Traditional Clothing Women
Soon it is time again and the time of Romerias has come. You get the costume from the wardrobe, the chacaras (a kind of castagnette) and the timple (a kind of small guitar) and also the Gofio you unpack and go to the Romeria. It is surprising with how much pride the young Canarios wear their costumes. Typical local instruments are used to accompany the festive procession with music. The whole way is dancing and making music. The word Romería comes from Romero, the pilgrim on his way to Rome. In these weeks, all major towns in Tenerife celebrate such folk festivals. The terminus of such a Romería is usually a church with a statue of a saint worshiped by the locals, much like a procession. Usually, the population, dressed in the local costumes, with decorated, drawn by ox cart through the village. With a real Romería on Tenerife, the good Canarian wine should not be missed! The carts are loaded with traditional food and wine, which is brought to the people during the festival. There are even special glasses that are hung in a leather holder on a band around the neck and so you always have a glass ready if the Canarios offer a wine from the carts. The wine is served for free and also Canarian specialties and snacks are distributed, such as hard-boiled eggs and bread with chorizo, a savory sausage of the Canary Islands. Drunk here is a lot and also eaten in quantities, but above all, music and dancing. Canary Islands EyeEm EyeEm Best Shots EyeEm Selects EyeEm Gallery Feliz-Photo Romeria SPAIN Arts Culture And Entertainment Building Exterior Celebration Emotion Eye4photography  Festival Group Of People Happiness Leisure Activity Lifestyles Los Realejos Mid Adult Real People Smiling Tenerife Teneriffa This Is Family
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You get the costume from the wardrobe, the chacaras (a kind of castagnette) and the timple (a kind of small guitar) and also the Gofio you unpack and go to the Romeria. It is surprising with how much pride the young Canarios wear their costumes. Typical local instruments are used to accompany the festive procession with music. The whole way is dancing and making music. The word Romería comes from Romero, the pilgrim on his way to Rome. In these weeks, all major towns in Tenerife celebrate such folk festivals. The terminus of such a Romería is usually a church with a statue of a saint worshiped by the locals, much like a procession. Usually, the population, dressed in the local costumes, with decorated, drawn by ox cart through the village. With a real Romería on Tenerife, the good Canarian wine should not be missed! The carts are loaded with traditional food and wine, which is brought to the people during the festival. There are even special glasses that are hung in a leather holder on a band around the neck and so you always have a glass ready if the Canarios offer a wine from the carts. The wine is served for free and also Canarian specialties and snacks are distributed, such as hard-boiled eggs and bread with chorizo, a savory sausage of the Canary Islands. Drunk here is a lot and also eaten in quantities, but above all, music and dancing. Canary Islands EyeEm Best Shots EyeEm Selects EyeEm Gallery Feliz-Photo Focus On The Story La Orotava Romeria SPAIN Emotion Eye4photography  Group Of People Happiness Headshot Leisure Activity Lifestyles Los Realejos Portrait Real People Smiling Tenerife Teneriffa Toothy Smile Young Adult Young Women
Street photography. On the occasion of the great Romeria on the 16th of August I visit the beautiful town of Garachico. Of course I photographed the party but I noticed some special people. Let's see how the pictures arrive at your place. EyeEm EyeEm Best Edits EyeEm Best Shots EyeEm Selects EyeEm Gallery EyeEmBestPics Garachico Romeria Building Exterior Built Structure Celebration Clothing Eye4photography  First Eyeem Photo Group Of People Lifestyles People Real People Standing Street Photography Streetphotography Togetherness Traditional Clothing Wall - Building Feature Women
You get the costume from the wardrobe, the chacaras (a kind of castagnette) and the timple (a kind of small guitar) and also the Gofio you unpack and go to the Romeria. It is surprising with how much pride the young Canarios wear their costumes. Typical local instruments are used to accompany the festive procession with music. The whole way is dancing and making music. The word Romería comes from Romero, the pilgrim on his way to Rome. In these weeks, all major towns in Tenerife celebrate such folk festivals. The terminus of such a Romería is usually a church with a statue of a saint worshiped by the locals, much like a procession. Usually, the population, dressed in the local costumes, with decorated, drawn by ox cart through the village. With a real Romería on Tenerife, the good Canarian wine should not be missed! The carts are loaded with traditional food and wine, which is brought to the people during the festival. There are even special glasses that are hung in a leather holder on a band around the neck and so you always have a glass ready if the Canarios offer a wine from the carts. The wine is served for free and also Canarian specialties and snacks are distributed, such as hard-boiled eggs and bread with chorizo, a savory sausage of the Canary Islands. Drunk here is a lot and also eaten in quantities, but above all, music and dancing. Canary Islands EyeEm EyeEm Best Shots EyeEm Selects EyeEm Gallery Feliz-Photo Focus On The Story La Orotava Romeria SPAIN Building Exterior Clothing Eye4photography  Group Of People Incidental People Lifestyles Los Realejos Men Musical Instrument Musician Real People Retail  Tenerife Teneriffa Three Quarter Length
You get the costume from the wardrobe, the chacaras (a kind of castagnette) and the timple (a kind of small guitar) and also the Gofio you unpack and go to the Romeria. It is surprising with how much pride the young Canarios wear their costumes. Typical local instruments are used to accompany the festive procession with music. The whole way is dancing and making music. The word Romería comes from Romero, the pilgrim on his way to Rome. In these weeks, all major towns in Tenerife celebrate such folk festivals. The terminus of such a Romería is usually a church with a statue of a saint worshiped by the locals, much like a procession. Usually, the population, dressed in the local costumes, with decorated, drawn by ox cart through the village. With a real Romería on Tenerife, the good Canarian wine should not be missed! The carts are loaded with traditional food and wine, which is brought to the people during the festival. There are even special glasses that are hung in a leather holder on a band around the neck and so you always have a glass ready if the Canarios offer a wine from the carts. The wine is served for free and also Canarian specialties and snacks are distributed, such as hard-boiled eggs and bread with chorizo, a savory sausage of the Canary Islands. Drunk here is a lot and also eaten in quantities, but above all, music and dancing. Bull Canary Islands EyeEm Best Shots EyeEm Selects EyeEm Gallery Feliz-Photo Focus On The Story La Orotava Ops! Romeria SPAIN Clothing Domestic Animals Eye4photography  Group Of People Incidental People Livestock Los Realejos Musical Instrument Musician Ops Real People Tenerife Teneriffa Vertebrate
You get the costume from the wardrobe, the chacaras (a kind of castagnette) and the timple (a kind of small guitar) and also the Gofio you unpack and go to the Romeria. It is surprising with how much pride the young Canarios wear their costumes. Typical local instruments are used to accompany the festive procession with music. The whole way is dancing and making music. The word Romería comes from Romero, the pilgrim on his way to Rome. In these weeks, all major towns in Tenerife celebrate such folk festivals. The terminus of such a Romería is usually a church with a statue of a saint worshiped by the locals, much like a procession. Usually, the population, dressed in the local costumes, with decorated, drawn by ox cart through the village. With a real Romería on Tenerife, the good Canarian wine should not be missed! The carts are loaded with traditional food and wine, which is brought to the people during the festival. There are even special glasses that are hung in a leather holder on a band around the neck and so you always have a glass ready if the Canarios offer a wine from the carts. The wine is served for free and also Canarian specialties and snacks are distributed, such as hard-boiled eggs and bread with chorizo, a savory sausage of the Canary Islands. Drunk here is a lot and also eaten in quantities, but above all, music and dancing. Canary Islands EyeEm EyeEm Best Shots EyeEm Selects EyeEm Gallery Feliz-Photo Focus On The Story La Orotava Romeria SPAIN Celebration Clothing Costume Emotion Eye4photography  Festival Group Group Of People Lifestyles Los Realejos People Real People Tenerife Teneriffa Traditional Clothing
You get the costume from the wardrobe, the chacaras (a kind of castagnette) and the timple (a kind of small guitar) and also the Gofio you unpack and go to the Romeria. It is surprising with how much pride the young Canarios wear their costumes. Typical local instruments are used to accompany the festive procession with music. The whole way is dancing and making music. The word Romería comes from Romero, the pilgrim on his way to Rome. In these weeks, all major towns in Tenerife celebrate such folk festivals. The terminus of such a Romería is usually a church with a statue of a saint worshiped by the locals, much like a procession. Usually, the population, dressed in the local costumes, with decorated, drawn by ox cart through the village. With a real Romería on Tenerife, the good Canarian wine should not be missed! The carts are loaded with traditional food and wine, which is brought to the people during the festival. There are even special glasses that are hung in a leather holder on a band around the neck and so you always have a glass ready if the Canarios offer a wine from the carts. The wine is served for free and also Canarian specialties and snacks are distributed, such as hard-boiled eggs and bread with chorizo, a savory sausage of the Canary Islands. Drunk here is a lot and also eaten in quantities, but above all, music and dancing. Canary Islands EyeEm EyeEm Best Shots EyeEm Selects EyeEm Gallery Feliz-Photo Focus On The Story La Orotava Romeria SPAIN Celebration Clothing Couple - Relationship Eye4photography  Group Of People Hat Lifestyles Los Realejos Men People Pipe Portrait Real People Tenerife Teneriffa
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You get the costume from the wardrobe, the chacaras (a kind of castagnette) and the timple (a kind of small guitar) and also the Gofio you unpack and go to the Romeria. It is surprising with how much pride the young Canarios wear their costumes. Typical local instruments are used to accompany the festive procession with music. The whole way is dancing and making music. The word Romería comes from Romero, the pilgrim on his way to Rome. In these weeks, all major towns in Tenerife celebrate such folk festivals. The terminus of such a Romería is usually a church with a statue of a saint worshiped by the locals, much like a procession. Usually, the population, dressed in the local costumes, with decorated, drawn by ox cart through the village. With a real Romería on Tenerife, the good Canarian wine should not be missed! The carts are loaded with traditional food and wine, which is brought to the people during the festival. There are even special glasses that are hung in a leather holder on a band around the neck and so you always have a glass ready if the Canarios offer a wine from the carts. The wine is served for free and also Canarian specialties and snacks are distributed, such as hard-boiled eggs and bread with chorizo, a savory sausage of the Canary Islands. Drunk here is a lot and also eaten in quantities, but above all, music and dancing. Canary Islands EyeEm Best Shots EyeEm Gallery Feliz-Photo Focus On The Story La Orotava Romeria SPAIN Arts Culture And Entertainment Celebration Clothing Emotion Eye4photography  Group Of People Happiness Lifestyles Looking At Camera Los Realejos Portrait Real People Smiling Tenerife Teneriffa Traditional Clothing Young Adult
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Feria de Romería in Mijas people on horses. Andalucía Feria Romeria Group Of People Horse Horseback Riding Lifestyles Outdoors Real People Riding The Street Photographer - 2018 EyeEm Awards
You get the costume from the wardrobe, the chacaras (a kind of castagnette) and the timple (a kind of small guitar) and also the Gofio you unpack and go to the Romeria. It is surprising with how much pride the young Canarios wear their costumes. Typical local instruments are used to accompany the festive procession with music. The whole way is dancing and making music. The word Romería comes from Romero, the pilgrim on his way to Rome. In these weeks, all major towns in Tenerife celebrate such folk festivals. The terminus of such a Romería is usually a church with a statue of a saint worshiped by the locals, much like a procession. Usually, the population, dressed in the local costumes, with decorated, drawn by ox cart through the village. With a real Romería on Tenerife, the good Canarian wine should not be missed! The carts are loaded with traditional food and wine, which is brought to the people during the festival. There are even special glasses that are hung in a leather holder on a band around the neck and so you always have a glass ready if the Canarios offer a wine from the carts. The wine is served for free and also Canarian specialties and snacks are distributed, such as hard-boiled eggs and bread with chorizo, a savory sausage of the Canary Islands. Drunk here is a lot and also eaten in quantities, but above all, music and dancing. Canary Islands EyeEm Best Shots EyeEm Selects EyeEm Gallery Feliz-Photo Focus On The Story La Orotava Romeria SPAIN Arts Culture And Entertainment Celebration Clothing Costume Drum - Percussion Instrument Eye4photography  Festival Group Of People Los Realejos Musical Equipment People Real People Tenerife Teneriffa Traditional Clothing Women
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You get the costume from the wardrobe, the chacaras (a kind of castagnette) and the timple (a kind of small guitar) and also the Gofio you unpack and go to the Romeria. It is surprising with how much pride the young Canarios wear their costumes. Typical local instruments are used to accompany the festive procession with music. The whole way is dancing and making music. The word Romería comes from Romero, the pilgrim on his way to Rome. In these weeks, all major towns in Tenerife celebrate such folk festivals. The terminus of such a Romería is usually a church with a statue of a saint worshiped by the locals, much like a procession. Usually, the population, dressed in the local costumes, with decorated, drawn by ox cart through the village. With a real Romería on Tenerife, the good Canarian wine should not be missed! The carts are loaded with traditional food and wine, which is brought to the people during the festival. There are even special glasses that are hung in a leather holder on a band around the neck and so you always have a glass ready if the Canarios offer a wine from the carts. The wine is served for free and also Canarian specialties and snacks are distributed, such as hard-boiled eggs and bread with chorizo, a savory sausage of the Canary Islands. Drunk here is a lot and also eaten in quantities, but above all, music and dancing. Canary Islands Feliz-Photo Focus On The Story La Orotava Romeria SPAIN Arts Culture And Entertainment Carnival - Celebration Event Celebration Costume Crowd Eye4photography  Festival Group Of People Large Group Of People Los Realejos Multi Colored Performance Real People Street Tenerife Teneriffa Traditional Clothing Traditional Dancing Traditional Festival
Street photography. On the occasion of the great Romeria on the 16th of August I visit the beautiful town of Garachico. Of course I photographed the party but I noticed some special people. Let's see how the pictures arrive at your place. EyeEm Best Shots EyeEm Selects EyeEm Gallery EyeEmBestPics Garachico Romeria Architecture Building Building Exterior Built Structure Bw_collection City Eye4photography  Lifestyles People Photographer Real People Rear View Residential District Sitting Staircase Steps And Staircases Street Photography Streetphoto_bw Streetphotography
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