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indigenous traditions

La Diablada de Píllaro: A peculiar tradition every year.

Past midday on January 1st through 6th, thousands of devils with colorful, elaborate masks jump around shouting and groaning all the way from the surroundings of Píllaro to the city’s central park,

Day of the dead Riobamba

Text: The Municipal GAD of Riobamba. Day of the dead is a celebration of the Catholic faith that takes place on November 2nd, to pray for, and commemorate, those who