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Flyers of Cuetzalan stick to traditions

Four flyers in colorful costumes glide to the ground upside down, hanging by their feet, descending from a tall pole in a popular spectacle that forms a religious and traditional FULL STORY The post Flyers of Cuetzalan stick to traditions appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
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