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“The highlight of the castillo is the firing of the corona, which is typically the last hurrah for the cohetero.”
“Once assembled, the castillo is set up in the middle of the street leading to the parish church, accommodated in a special space made by digging up a few good-sized cobblestones.”
“The size and distinct design of each castillo is determined by the sponsors 'pocketbook and the cohetero's creative whims.”
“Sr. Zuñiga transports his castillos in special trucks, arriving around four o'clock on the afternoon of a fiesta, and twenty minutes later, the castillo is erected.”
“Just watching those guys prepare the castillo is something worth watching.”
“For an hour before the castillo is fired up, the crowd gets a chance to share in El Señor's karma: being proof from fire.”
“The finale is a forty-foot high "castillo" (cas-TEE-yo: castle), made of bamboo and laced with layers of flares, rockets, cherry bombs and other explodables.”
“It was an important seaport for the Mayans when the Spanish arrived, but now the seaport is a beautiful sandy cove under the shadow of the castillo (Mayan castle), where tourists swim and sun.”
“December 26th is the day San Esteban is celebrated with another castillo.”
“The selection begins with mid September's Independence Day celebrations and the whirling fireworks of a castillo (Fred Edison).”
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