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People wearing papier-mache masks in Spain
October 4, 2011

Summer Festival, Spain

This Month in Photo of the Day: Photos From New National Geographic Books

Young people in oversize papier-mâché heads pause in a blooming field on the way to a summer festival in the town of Banyoles. Called capgrossos in Catalan, the big heads are often worn on feast days.

(From the upcoming National Geographic book Visions of Earth)

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Photograph by Tino Soriano, National Geographic
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