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Home » , » While many cities in Argentina celebrate Carnaval, there is no place which lives and breathes it with the same intense feeling as the province of Corrientes.

While many cities in Argentina celebrate Carnaval, there is no place which lives and breathes it with the same intense feeling as the province of Corrientes.

While many cities in Argentina celebrate Carnaval, there is no  place which lives and breathes it with the same intense feeling as the province of Corrientes. In Corrientes the carnival begins with water fights, bombitas, "chuspitas" salmigundis all mean your going to get wet out on the streets. as the hot months of summer begin to build.

There are numerous traditional events held by the different cities for a calendar varies by city throughout the summer months of January, February and March.

However, the preparation starts long before, with the creation of new songs, choreographies and costumes so that the party can flare higher each day. Mothers, grandmothers and aunts huddle secretly preparing to unleash the Carnaval dress that their girl will use to kill the competition.

The city of Corrientes is the National capital of the  carnival, a place gained by the of its  talented and marvelous samba schools, the inspired magnificence of its costumes, the overwelming radiant beauty of its women and the intoxicating rhythm of its music.

Most of its cities and towns have their own carnival with their peculiarities and particularitities. The Corrientes Capital’s carnival is the most important.

Almost 100 a thousand people each night as the live the party up to the claim of Corrientes as the National Capital of the Carnival.




 
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