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Spanish Lecture 10

The first festivals in History were the celebrations of: Harvests and Funerals
Carnival was celebrated among ancient civilisations as: Greek and Roman
During the medieval period, Carnival was transformed by the rules of: Catholicism
What celebration precedes the Christian holiday of Lent? Carnival
The word in Spanish for religious festivals is: Fiesta
In Spain during _____ Catholics commemorate events in the days leading up to the resurrecton of Jesus Christ on Easter-SundayL Semana Santa
Latin American festivals are a ______ of three main cultures: Spanish, African and Prehispanic. syncretism
UNESCO has created a programme to protect Intangible Heritage in order to: Maintain cultural diversity and creative expressions.
Mexico and Colombia are Latin AMerican countries that are part of the Intangible cultural heritage with festivals as: Carnaval de Barranquilla and Dia de Muertos
Spain also has festivals considered Intangible Cultural Heritage as: Human Towers