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  • The highlight of the castillo is the firing of the corona, which is typically the last hurrah for the cohetero.

    Artsit in fireworks - José Zuñiga, castillero

  • 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.

    Huellas ...del Cohetero

  • 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.

    Artsit in fireworks - José Zuñiga, castillero

  • The size and distinct design of each castillo is determined by the sponsors 'pocketbook and the cohetero's creative whims.

    Huellas ...del 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.

    Huellas ...del 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.

    Huellas ...del Cohetero

  • The size and distinct design of each castillo is determined by the sponsors 'pocketbook and the cohetero's creative whims.

    Huellas ...del Cohetero

  • The size and distinct design of each castillo is determined by the sponsors 'pocketbook and the cohetero's creative whims.

    Huellas ...del Cohetero

  • Just watching those guys prepare the castillo is something worth watching.

    Fiesta Patronal de la Parroquia de Santa Maria de los Altos

  • 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.

    Dodging rockets in Oaxaca

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