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GUANAJUATO, Gto. October 27, 2019 -  dia de muertos. Historic Center<br />
Parade of the "Diablada", in charge of traditional dancers from the Mexican state of Guerrero, more than 150 Devils of Teloloapan and Cuajinicuilapa flooded the streets of Guanajuato with dances, shouts and blows that crashed on the pavement, in closing activities of the 47th edition of the Cervantino International Festival. Photo: Francisco Morales / DAMMPHOTO<br />
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The Devils of Teloloapan: whose origin is found in the cultural and social exchanges of the African populations that arrived in Mexico, the result of the slave trade from Africa to America and as part of the Spanish hosts. Dance participants wear masks with varbas and fringes made with mane and ponytails and dressed in rags.<br />
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The Devils of Cuajinicuilapa: their hand-carved masks with colorful historical figures, are part of one of the customs and traditions of the northern region of the state of Guerrero, make their appearance with garments of tanned deer leather that completely covers their bodies, whips of ixtle in hand and producing frightful noises.<br />
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GUANAJUATO, Gto. 27 octubre, 2019 – Centro Histórico<br />
Desfile de la “Diablada”,  a cargo de danzantes tradicionales del estado mexicano de Guerrero, mas de 150 Diablos de Teloloapan y Cuajinicuilapa inundaron las calles de Guanajuato con bailes, gritos y fuetazos que estrellaban en el pavimento, en el cierre de actividades de la edición 47 del Festival Internacional Cervantino. Foto: Francisco Morales/DAMMPHOTO<br />
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Los Diablos de Teloloapan: cuyo origen se encuentra en los intercambios culturales y sociales de las poblaciones africanas que arribaron a México, resultado del comercio de esclavos provenientes de África  hacia América y como parte de las huestes españolas. Los participantes de la danza usan mascaras con varbas y flecos hechos con crines y colas de caballo y vestidos con harapos.<br />
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Los Diablos de Cuajinicuilapa: sus mascaras talladas a mano con vistosos personajes histó