Berga

Revellers dace as they take part in the Patum in the Catalan village of Berga, Spain Friday, May 27, 2016. The Patum of Berga is a popular festival whose origin can be traced to medieval festivities that is celebrated each year in the Catalan city of Berga during Corpus Christi. It consists of a series of dances by townspeople dressed as mystical and symbolical figures accompanied by the rhythm of a drum. One of the protagonist of La Patum is the fire, and the climax of the festival is the Salt de Plens (Fire Demons), who set the square on fire with hundreds of firecrackers burning at the same time. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

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Revellers dace as they take part in the Patum in the Catalan village of Berga, Spain. The Patum of Berga is a popular festival whose origin can be traced to medieval festivities that is celebrated each year in the Catalan city of Berga during Corpus Christi 

The Spanish Festival of 'La Patum'...BERGA, SPAIN - MAY 30:  Revelers gather around the dancing 'Nans Nous', new dwarves in Catalan, during the first day of 'La Patum' Festival on May 30, 2013 in Berga, Spain.  The Patum festival's roots are found in the theatrical performances of the Middle Ages and is held  in the town of Berga each year during the week of Corpus Christi. The event is belived to date from the second half of the 14th century, although the first written reference to the Corpus celebrations in Berga were made in 1454.  (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)

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Revellers gather around the dancing ‘Nans Nous’ in Catalan, on the first day of La Patum festival on Friday in Berga, Spain. The street festival’s roots are found in the theatrical performances of the Middle Ages and is held each year during the week of Corpus Christi. The event is believed to date from the second half of the 14th century, although the first written reference to the Corpus celebrations in Berga were made in 1454