Panier of Plenty

Cavallada de Céret

Bénédiction de la Saint Georges

Passing the église

Passing the église

A sprinkling of holy water

A sprinkling of holy water

150 horses filing through central Céret

150 horses filing through central Céret

One of the youngest riders

One of the youngest riders

Costumed rider

Spanish

Indian

Indian

Pulling a cart

Pulling a cart

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One thought on “Cavallada de Céret

  1. mesarapugs on said:

    Wow! How special! 🙂

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