At the rhythm of the candombe, Montevideo vibrated with its traditional ‘parade of calls’

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The parade of calls is the maximum party of candombe that takes place every year during the carnival in Uruguay. Almost 50 groups participate in the traditional parade that takes place during two days.

The first night of calls took place this Friday, January 14, which reminded Julio Sosa, known as Kanela, emblematic figure of the national carnival, who died at the end of 2019. For two nights, parades from across the country parade through the streets of the South and Palermo neighborhoods of Montevideo, the Uruguayan capital.

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