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Feria de Las Flores

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Feria de Las Flores - Flower Festival
Silleteros - Silleteros
Espanol - Spanish
Flores y faunas - Flowers and Fauna
El Colombiano - The Colombian
Hola - Hello
Chao - Bye
Como tu estas? - How are you?
Que tu estas asendo oy? - What are you doing today?
Tu gustas feria de las flores? - Do you like the flower festival?






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Does this celebration occur in Australia today?
No, it only happens in Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia is a country in South America. Australia is a whole different country. Also, Medellin is the only city who celebrates it. It's a Colombian celebration that occurs there every August.
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The entire city participates in the Feria de Las Flores Festival. Everyone takes to the streets to show off their flowers and their flower arranging skills. They are then judged on their skills. Young and old participate in this very popular event. Anyone can do it, even me! Even the youngsters can join the fun. During the month of August, La Feria de Los Flores (The Flower Festival) attracts people from all around Colombia to the city of Medellin.
In fact, tourists arrive to the city from all parts of the world including the USA, Australia and Europe, just to witness the special attractions that include a trail ride through town on horses, orchid competitions, pageants, music festivals and parade of silleteros.
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The reason why I think its important it's because the event invites almost anyone to join in and to have an amazing experience to explore. Also instead of playing on your device, instead you could be having a series of a lot of fun. Even though it takes time to do an artwork of flowers its a great experience to discover.
La Feria de las Flores is the ideal place to learn and to use the elements of traditional costumes paisas occasion. The carriel, one of the best known symbols of the region used over 100 years ago and many residents and tourists enjoy taking it as an accessory for various events because it is useful for storing objects.

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It is celebrated in the beautiful streets of Medellin
Feria de Las Flores
Introduction

Medellín is a vibrant, festive and very cultural city. This is illustrated in the large number of events and festivals being held every year.
The Flowers Festival (Spanish: Feria de las Flores) is a festival that takes place in Medellín, Colombia. The festival is the most important social event for the city and there is a pageant, automobiles, a Paso Fino horse parade and many musical concerts.
La Feria de las Flores has a duration of approximately 10 days and is held every year in the first weeks of August. This annual event offers visitors more than 140 cultural, traditional and modern events such as National Horse Fair, Festival of Orchestras, National Trova Festival, parade of classic and vintage cars, dog walk, musical stages and cultural festival Memory and Popular Song, Female Talent Contest, caravan chivas National Championship Sound on Wheels, among others.


History of Feria de Las Flores
The first The Flowers Festival took place on May 1, 1957 and was organized by Arturo Uribe, a member of the Board of the Office of Development and Tourism. The festival lasted for five days with an exposition of flowers displayed in the Metropolitan Cathedral, which was organized by the Gardening Club of Medellín and monsignor Tulio Botero to celebrate Virgin Mary day. This flower parade represents the end of slavery when instead of flowers slaves carried men and women on their backs up steep hills. The first silleteros parade also took place with some 40 men from the corregimiento of Santa Elena carrying on their backs flower arrangements to the exposition site.

The festival initially took place during the month of May but was changed to August in 1958 to celebrate the independence of Antioquia. Since then, other events have been added like the International Pageant of the Flowers, the cavalcade, Guinness Records in 1996 and 1999, classic automobiles parade, Orchids exposition, among others.
What clothes to wear at the festival?
La Feria de las Flores is the ideal place to learn and to use the elements of traditional costumes paisas occasion. The carriel, one of the best known symbols of the region used over 100 years ago and many residents and tourists enjoy taking it as an accessory for various events because it is useful for storing objects.

The poncho is another typical element and is used as a coat in cold weather because it is made from pure wool; it is also decorative as many of them are made in various colors and styles.

For the city due to mild weather poncho is preferred, it is made of cotton, leading some threads of different colors as a special touch and terminal leads fringes. Similar to the mulera poncho is manufactured with much thicker thread and elongated, with decorative threads. This has historically had another useful because the carriers usually place it in the ears of the mules when loaded or unloaded for them to stay still.

Finally, sandals, made of sisal and cotton uppers, thick colored threads, shoes are very durable if care is appropriate.

These are some of the objects that make up the most classic and historical paisas outfits, many, taking advantage of this major event, resume to reaffirm their identity and return to their roots. However, fairgoers add hats, boots or dress casually, looking every convenience and following your taste.
Why is it important?
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