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A destroyed apartment building is seen as a result of artillery shelling by Russian troops in Lyman. Russian troops captured Lyman in Donetsk region in the early summer of 2022. The city was under occupation for four months. It was liberated after a counter-offensive in the Kharkiv region. After the fall of Avdiivka, one of the next targets of Russia's offensive could be Lyman, Ukraine's military leadership tells the BBC. Western analysts have also written about this. Now Lyman is trapped near the front line in Donbas. The mood of its civilians is between determination and despair. Lyman is a key railway hub, carrying up to 30% of cargo on the Donetsk railway system. 35% of residents are employed in rail transport, and 18% in industry.A destroyed apartment building is seen as a result of artillery shelling by Russian troops in Lyman. Russian troops captured Lyman in Donetsk region in the early summer of 2022. The city was under occupation for four months. It was liberated after a counter-offensive in the Kharkiv region. After the fall of Avdiivka, one of the next targets of Russia's offensive could be Lyman, Ukraine's military leadership tells the BBC. Western analysts have also written about this. Now Lyman is trapped near the front line in Donbas. The mood of its civilians is between determination and despair. Lyman is a key railway hub, carrying up to 30% of cargo on the Donetsk railway system. 35% of residents are employed in rail transport, and 18% in industry.

Russian missile strike in Lyman, Ukraine

Russian troops captured Lyman in Donetsk region in the early summer of 2022. The city was under occupation for four months. It was liberated after a counter-offensive in the Kharkiv region. After the fall of Avdiivka, one of the next targets of Russia's offensive could be Lyman, Ukraine's military leadership tells the BBC. Western analysts have also written about this. Now Lyman is trapped near the front line in Donbas. The mood of its civilians is between determination and despair. Lyman is a key railway hub, carrying up to 30% of cargo on the Donetsk railway system. 35% of residents are employed in rail transport, and 18% in industry.

Japan's Emperor Naruhito (L) waves as Empress Masako (C) and their daughter Princess Aiko (R) look on on the balcony of the Imperial Palace on February 23, 2024, in Tokyo, Japan. Emperor Naruhito appeared to greet the public on his 64th birthday, flanked by Empress Masako and other members of the Japanese Royal Family.Japan's Emperor Naruhito (L) waves as Empress Masako (C) and their daughter Princess Aiko (R) look on on the balcony of the Imperial Palace on February 23, 2024, in Tokyo, Japan. Emperor Naruhito appeared to greet the public on his 64th birthday, flanked by Empress Masako and other members of the Japanese Royal Family.

Japan's Emperor And Royal Family Greet Public On Emperor's Birthday

A protester chants slogans in front of the police during the farmers' demonstration in Madrid. Hundreds of farmers, organized by Spanish trade unions, assembled for a protest highlighting concerns about unfair competition from products coming from outside the EU. They expressed dissatisfaction with the low profits generated from their crops and criticized the EU's agricultural policies.A protester chants slogans in front of the police during the farmers' demonstration in Madrid. Hundreds of farmers, organized by Spanish trade unions, assembled for a protest highlighting concerns about unfair competition from products coming from outside the EU. They expressed dissatisfaction with the low profits generated from their crops and criticized the EU's agricultural policies.

Farmers rally in Madrid over EU policies

The protest organized by Spanish trade unions is focused on concerns over unfair competition from products originating outside the EU. Farmers are also unhappy about the meager profits derived from their crops and are critical of EU agricultural policy.

An old lady is seen trying to put a bunch of flowers at the monument during the commemoration. The 80th commemoration of the Bombing of Nijmegen which was unplanned attack by American aircraft on the city of Nijmegen, on 22 February 1944. The attack is believed to have resulted in at least 800 recording deaths and was one of the most significant bombings of any Dutch city. Every February 22nd an official commemoration takes place at the Raadhuishof, the location where a Montessori school was located, and where 24 children and 8 sisters were killed. There a monument called "De Schommel" was erected to remember the raid on the civilian casualties.An old lady is seen trying to put a bunch of flowers at the monument during the commemoration. The 80th commemoration of the Bombing of Nijmegen which was unplanned attack by American aircraft on the city of Nijmegen, on 22 February 1944. The attack is believed to have resulted in at least 800 recording deaths and was one of the most significant bombings of any Dutch city. Every February 22nd an official commemoration takes place at the Raadhuishof, the location where a Montessori school was located, and where 24 children and 8 sisters were killed. There a monument called "De Schommel" was erected to remember the raid on the civilian casualties.

The 80th commemoration of the bombarding of Nijmegen in 1944, was held in the city

The Bombing of Nijmegen was an unplanned bombing attack by American aircraft on the city of Nijmegen in The Netherlands on 22 February 1944. Every February 22nd an official commemoration takes place at the Raadhuishof, the location where the Montessori school was located, and where 24 children and 8 sisters were killed. There a monument called "De Schommel" was erected to remember the raid's civilian casualties.

Volunteers seen handing out food supply to refugees in the Idomeni camp. - Over 10,000 refugees are still stuck in the Idomeni refugee camp at the border between Greece and Macadonia. Many had been staying in the camp for over a month as they hope that the border will be reopening again for them cross into western Europe.Volunteers seen handing out food supply to refugees in the Idomeni camp. - Over 10,000 refugees are still stuck in the Idomeni refugee camp at the border between Greece and Macadonia. Many had been staying in the camp for over a month as they hope that the border will be reopening again for them cross into western Europe.

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Two caretos pose for a photo during the Lazarim carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.Two caretos pose for a photo during the Lazarim carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Two caretos pose for a photo during the Lazarim carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos pose for a photo during the Lazarim carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.Caretos pose for a photo during the Lazarim carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos pose for a photo during the Lazarim carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto poses for a photo during the Lazarim carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A Careto poses for a photo during the Lazarim carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto poses for a photo during the Lazarim carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto with a red hat parades through the village of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A Careto with a red hat parades through the village of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto with a red hat parades through the village of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto with a red hat parades through the village of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A Careto with a red hat parades through the village of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto with a red hat parades through the village of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto with a red hat parades through the village of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A Careto with a red hat parades through the village of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto with a red hat parades through the village of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos making mischief parade through the village of Lazarim during Carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.Caretos making mischief parade through the village of Lazarim during Carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos making mischief parade through the village of Lazarim during Carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto with a red hat parades through the village of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A Careto with a red hat parades through the village of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto with a red hat parades through the village of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos parade through the streets of Lazarim during carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.Caretos parade through the streets of Lazarim during carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos parade through the streets of Lazarim during carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos parade through the streets of Lazarim during carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.Caretos parade through the streets of Lazarim during carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos parade through the streets of Lazarim during carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto is seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A Careto is seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto is seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto is seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A Careto is seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto is seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A girl dressed as Careto seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A girl dressed as Careto seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A girl dressed as Careto seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.Caretos seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos pose for a photo during the Lazarim carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.Caretos pose for a photo during the Lazarim carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos pose for a photo during the Lazarim carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto poses for a photo during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A Careto poses for a photo during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto poses for a photo during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A girl dressed as Careto seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A girl dressed as Careto seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A girl dressed as Careto seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto sits on the ground during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A Careto sits on the ground during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto sits on the ground during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos are seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.Caretos are seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos are seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto is seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A Careto is seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto is seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A Careto seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.Caretos seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A couple dressed as Careto parade through the streets of Lazarim during carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A couple dressed as Careto parade through the streets of Lazarim during carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A couple dressed as Careto parade through the streets of Lazarim during carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.Caretos seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A Careto seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto seen during the Carnival parade in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos pose for a photo during the Lazarim carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.Caretos pose for a photo during the Lazarim carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos pose for a photo during the Lazarim carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos parade through the streets of Lazarim during carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.Caretos parade through the streets of Lazarim during carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos parade through the streets of Lazarim during carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto parades through the streets of Lazarim during carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A Careto parades through the streets of Lazarim during carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto parades through the streets of Lazarim during carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A couple dressed as Careto pose for a photo during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A couple dressed as Careto pose for a photo during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A couple dressed as Careto pose for a photo during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto priest parades through the streets of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A Careto priest parades through the streets of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto priest parades through the streets of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A couple dressed as Careto pose for a photo during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A couple dressed as Careto pose for a photo during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A couple dressed as Careto pose for a photo during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos parade through the streets of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.Caretos parade through the streets of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

Caretos parade through the streets of Lazarim during the carnival. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto seen during the carnival in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.A Careto seen during the carnival in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.

A Careto seen during the carnival in Lazarim. In Lazarim, northern Portugal, the carnival is celebrated with a tradition known as Entrudo. During this festivity, masks of devils and demons, intricately carved in wood by the village's craftsmen, are prominently featured. The carnival parade through the streets showcases these masks, portraying ancestral scenes of Portuguese culture.