Photos: Spain celebrates Las Fallas with fireworks and burning sculptures

Updated: Mar 30, 2017, 14:13
  • Photos: Spain celebrates Las Fallas with fireworks and burning sculptures
    A ninot representing US President Donald Trump burns on the last night of the Fallas Festival in Valencia, Spain. Fallas are gigantic structures made of cardboard portraying current events and personalities in which individual figures or ninots are placed. The Fallas are burnt in the streets of Valencia as a tribute to St Joseph, patron saint of the carpenters' guild.
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  • Photos: Spain celebrates Las Fallas with fireworks and burning sculptures
    A ninot representing US President Donald Trump is displayed before being burnt on the last night of the Fallas Festival in Valencia. Fallas are gigantic structures made of cardboard portraying current events and personalities in which individual figures or Ninots are placed. The Fallas are burnt in the streets of Valencia as a tribute to St Joseph, patron saint of the carpenters' guild.
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  • Photos: Spain celebrates Las Fallas with fireworks and burning sculptures
    A ninot representing US President Donald Trump burns on the last night of the Fallas Festival in Valencia, Spain. Fallas are gigantic structures made of cardboard portraying current events and personalities in which individual figures or ninots are placed. The Fallas are burnt in the streets of Valencia as a tribute to St Joseph, patron saint of the carpenters' guild.
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  • Photos: Spain celebrates Las Fallas with fireworks and burning sculptures
    Ninots burn on the last night of the Fallas Festival in Valencia. Fallas are gigantic structures made of cardboard portraying current events and personalities in which individual figures or Ninots are placed. The Fallas are burnt in the streets of Valencia as a tribute to St Joseph, patron saint of the carpenters' guild. All pics/AFP
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  • Photos: Spain celebrates Las Fallas with fireworks and burning sculptures
    Ninots burn on the last night of the Fallas Festival in Valencia. Fallas are gigantic structures made of cardboard portraying current events and personalities in which individual figures or Ninots are placed. The Fallas are burnt in the streets of Valencia as a tribute to St Joseph, patron saint of the carpenters' guild.
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  • Photos: Spain celebrates Las Fallas with fireworks and burning sculptures
    Two firemen use their hose near a burnning falla on the last night of the Fallas Festival in Valencia. Fallas are gigantic structures made of cardboard portraying current events and personalities in which individual figures or ninots are placed. The Fallas are burnt in the streets of Valencia as a tribute to St Joseph, patron saint of the carpenters' guild.
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  • Photos: Spain celebrates Las Fallas with fireworks and burning sculptures
    Ninots burn on the last night of the Fallas Festival in Valencia, Spain. Fallas are gigantic structures made of cardboard portraying current events and personalities in which individual figures or ninots are placed. The Fallas are burnt in the streets of Valencia as a tribute to St Joseph, patron saint of the carpenters' guild.
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  • Photos: Spain celebrates Las Fallas with fireworks and burning sculptures
    Ninots burn on the last night of the Fallas Festival in Valencia, Spain. Fallas are gigantic structures made of cardboard portraying current events and personalities in which individual figures or ninots are placed. The Fallas are burnt in the streets of Valencia as a tribute to St Joseph, patron saint of the carpenters' guild.
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Fallas festival is one of the biggest national festivals of Spain which takes place every year in March. Here are some pictures of the festival being celebrated this year on the streets of Valencia, Spain, as a tribute to St Joseph, patron saint of the carpenters' guild.

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