World parades and carnivals
Participants in Notting Hills carnival act in the streets of London, UK. Every year, hundreds of thousands of people gather in the western part of the British capital to watch the colorful procession of musicians and dancers. Leading role in the carnival is usually played by representatives of the British Afro – Caribbean community, particularly people from the islands of Trinidad and Tobago which make up a significant part of the inhabitants of Kensington and Chelsea.
Cast in the form of clay sculpture at the parade in the village of Banos de Valdearadose, Spain. The village, founded by the Romans, is situated in a region known for its winemakers Ribera del Duero, where celebrations are held annually in honor of the Roman god Bacchus – the god of wine, the productive forces of nature, inspiration, and religious ecstasy.