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Catalonia is ruled by the Spanish government, but its people have been constructing independent kingdoms for centuries. By climbing up backs and balancing on shoulders, Catalonians of all ages stack their bodies on-top each other to build castells, or human towers. The structures are not typical fortresses—notably, they are made of flesh and bone rather than sandstone or granite—but their strong foundations serve as a unifying force for many Catalonians. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ Get More Short Film Showcase: http://bit.ly/ShortFilmShowcase #NationalGeographic #ShortFilmShowcase #HumanTowers About Short Film Showcase: The Short Film Showcase spotlights exceptional short videos created by filmmakers from around the web and selected by National Geographic editors. We look for work that affirms National Geographic's belief in the power of science, exploration, and storytelling to change the world. The filmmakers created the content presented, and the opinions expressed are their own, not those of National Geographic Partners. See more from National Geographic's Short Film Showcase at http://documentary.com Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Read about the tradition of building castells. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/destinations/europe/spain/barcelona/catalan-human-towers-castells-protest-catalonia-independence/ Read more in "These death-defying human towers build on Catalan tradition" https://on.natgeo.com/31juv83 See more from filmmakers Pedro and James. http://autobahnlondon.com/ About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. These Death-Defying Human Towers Build on Catalan Tradition | Short Film Showcase https://youtu.be/iIw5gc0zlU4 National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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National Geographic (6 months ago)
The practice was first documented in 1801 as a cultural activity and became a competition in the 1980s. To learn more, you can read on here: https://on.natgeo.com/31juv83
berdaz (3 months ago)
Nice short film. It is unfortunate that it becomes politicized with the first two sentences that do not follow the theme of the video.
Pol López (3 months ago)
Hi Nat, I read the link of your comment, and the first sentece say: "Catalonia is known for its sea-side markets (la boqueria), gothic architecture -- championed by Antoni Gaudí -" Gaudi is a modernist architect, not gothic.
Audit R Servants (6 months ago)
@SakBoi 💙
SakBoi (6 months ago)
Can you give me one ❤️ heart please?
benjamin murillo (23 days ago)
Im really sorry from other capsules that fell down
Belgian Shepherd (30 days ago)
It's a shame that in this documentary you talk about the persecution of our language and you make to speak Spanish to all the Catalan people that appears in this video. Just sad.
Alex Mappes (1 month ago)
It is so beautiful and inspiring to see people working together in this way and sometimes you fall but you fall as one. When you succeed you succeed as one. This are human beings acting like human beings and it is beautiful to watch
Nicky He (1 month ago)
Some people's heads are being step on, not very good for the neck.
Indian Fascist (1 month ago)
Watching them fall is fascinating more compilation of falls please 😍😍
Dream Dancer (1 month ago)
I love the way that it involves such a mixture of people from the strongest at the base graduating through all the layers to the lightest at the top. What great teams. Brilliant!
Pasky Pascua (1 month ago)
Human tower needs to stop
jeff evans (2 months ago)
Nope
Sergio R. Perez (2 months ago)
Looks like NatGeo is tacking a political side. Catalonia is Spain. Imagine CA asking for independence....
JcB (2 months ago)
Perquè ningú parle català?
Alex Fors (4 months ago)
To all people saying "sO sTuPiD aNd DaNgErOus oMg" you clearly have no idea about castells. As a casteller I cant tell you that is a perfectly safe tradition and all the people that you see under the castell helping is there for safety if it collapses. There are always castells that collapse Ive been in a bunch of them AND NO ONE EVER HAVE BEEN SERIOUSLY INJURED. Stop criticising if you dont know how it works...
Mutiara S. (4 months ago)
I love this one. the story is told nicely. the cinematography is great. oh how much i love the color grading, it's so beautiful
Guillem Busquets (5 months ago)
Proud to be catalan ✊
Mr NixxxoN (5 months ago)
Good film Nat Geo, but you put too much focus on the bad side (falls and the danger), you made it too dramatic. It is NOT that dangerous, nor exactly "death-defying".
kalek wagner (5 months ago)
When we run out of sand to make city's *HUMAN TOWER*
Núria C. (5 months ago)
El millor que tenim a Catalunya. Si som capaços d'alçar-nos, desfer-nos i, tornar-nos a alçar, som i serem capaços de tot.
David Schaible (5 months ago)
Very beautiful video!
Anabel Camacho (5 months ago)
I love it and ...can those people find something less danger?
Swamp Thing (4 months ago)
All sports have some dose of danger, but believe me, sitting on a sofa most of your life is far more dangerous than this...
KSweeney36 (5 months ago)
So need to play the board game now!
Dave Otuwa (6 months ago)
Cristo Jesus! Castell-building looks like a dangerous sport! Ouch!
blueberrysmilie1 (6 months ago)
Beautiful traditions
alcoholic Eel (6 months ago)
Death-defying human: c A s T l e P e O p L e
Graeme Lastname (6 months ago)
Bunch of idiots risking their childrens safety. Very impressive.
Sehr Sowie (6 months ago)
National Geographic!? The Castells are in fact very beautiful and powerful, but.. - Catalonia is NOT "ruled by the Spanish government", but by themselves, they are Spaniards as well. Also, it has one of the most (if not the most) degree of independency of any other region in Europe (besides perhaps the Basque Country). - Also Catalonia has never been an independent kingdom. Ever. Not for centuries, not for a decade. Not even for a single year. - Finally, this is NEITHER a deep rooted tradition, NOR uniquely Catalan. The Castells evolved from the Valencian Muixerangas, and only gained its actual hype as an identitarian symbol from the 80s on..
Sehr Sowie (5 months ago)
@Full Engine What do you mean?
Full Engine (5 months ago)
@Sehr Sowielike every democratic country around the world?
Sehr Sowie (5 months ago)
@Full Engine I mean that they too chose and vote who to be ruled by, ergo they rule themselves. Portrayed like in the documentary it seems like they are ruled by a foreign power. Imagine saying something like "Californians are ruled by the US Government". Same here.
Full Engine (5 months ago)
They have to respect Spanish laws also they have the same Constitution what do you mean by not ruled?
David Sabadell (6 months ago)
The documentary starts explaining how catalan language has been persecuted and then every local in the film speaks spanish?
Sehr Sowie (6 months ago)
Not everything revolves around the language. Let the child speak whatever they want.
dess (6 months ago)
It's a beautiful tradition, I wished it was not a competition like in these recent years, everything is competing and that takes away the spirit, the meaning of union and love for the country that once had. Catalans have sardanes and castells both consist on holding each other in union with the music played at the same time. Amazing people.
Guillem Genoves (6 months ago)
Free Catalonia
BNB Invokana (6 months ago)
This is deeply moving.
Kevin Vu (6 months ago)
Too many recycled cuts
Santako Sound System (6 months ago)
Freedom for catalan people //*// Independence & Socialism
Cristian Uroz (6 months ago)
Thanks for this wonderful short documentary. It helps a lot to explain abroad what Castells represent to us, the Catalans.
M Alvarez (6 months ago)
Viva España y toda su gente
Swamp Thing (4 months ago)
@Full Engine nope, we don't consider ourselves part of a country that despise our traditions and culture. We call It selfrespect.
Full Engine (5 months ago)
@Aleix Pellicer ye they are the arian race we always forget that sorry.
Aleix Pellicer (6 months ago)
Catalonia is not Spain
Signes dels Temps Catalunya (6 months ago)
Fantastic .
Richard Fenno (6 months ago)
The central metaphor of a great people.
My Opinion (6 months ago)
Interesting
Odysseus (6 months ago)
I'm in Tarragona and definitely I will watch these castells on the place of the Cathedral.
Raoul Morales-Márquez (6 months ago)
Qué maravilla de tradición catalana. Es loable que las antiguas plazas de toros sean ahora usadas para els Castellers. Catalunya de verdad es otra cosa.
Paloma Alvarez (3 months ago)
@Raoul Morales-Márquez Cataluña es parte no sólo del estado español, sino de España. Catalyña, Murcia, Valencia, Navarra, Extremadura, Castilla, León y todas las demás regiones, han construido España. El primer lugar documentado, q empezó a celebrar corridas de toros fue precisamente en Cataluña. Hay otros lugares en España en donde tampoco se permiten. Quizá porque tampoco tienen ganaderías de toros bravos.
TheSapphire M (3 months ago)
@Swamp Thing muchos hemos sido "catalanizado" en cataluña en contra de nuestra sangre andaluza y no lloramos
TheSapphire M (3 months ago)
cataluña tiene tradiciones taurinas muy violentas y yo que soy de aquí te lo puedo asegurar. Por cierto se escribe CataluÑa a menos que estés hablando catalán. Cuantos estereotipos ignorantes...
mikalyne chikomo (6 months ago)
Knowing me I'd probably be the reason the tower collapses.
Laishom Pinky Devi (6 months ago)
Thank but i don,t understand the language sub is small....
Vidz Song (6 months ago)
I LOVE SPAIN <3
Guillem Genoves (6 months ago)
@Vidz Song cool! Bon dia (as we say in catalan language) ;)
Vidz Song (6 months ago)
Guillem Genoves cool, again no one said anything that it wasn’t a Catalan tradition nor anything of that matter. The comment says “I LOVE SPAIN <3” you can go ahead and read it again. I will keep saying it because I can. :) thanks for sharing information about bulls not being part of Catalan tradition though! Buen día!
Guillem Genoves (6 months ago)
@Vidz Song Catalonia is not a city. Barcelona is a city, capital of Catalonia
Guillem Genoves (6 months ago)
@Vidz Song As you can imagine, I'm catalan, so I know perfectly what's the situation here. Of course in legally terms Catolina nowadays it's inside Spain, but in cultural terms, Catalonia is another nation in the same way that Scotland is another nation despite it is part of the Great Britain. Human towers are part of the catalan tradition (and not spanish's) and bullfighting is part of the spanish traditions (bullfightings are forbidden in catalonia, and we're proud of that).
Kieran Mackay Blake (6 months ago)
Wow
Zahabia A. (6 months ago)
This is a typical Dhai Handi night every year in India. Reminds me so much of the Dhai handi festival...
Sandra Ard (6 months ago)
Has this thing ever collapsed? All I can think is this could be a recipes for a horrible accident .
Sasha Jordan Appler (6 months ago)
Amazing story, thanks for sharing :)
National Geographic (6 months ago)
We're glad you enjoyed watching! If you'd like to learn more, you can read on here: https://on.natgeo.com/31juv83
Gulminosaurio Polistuchidosico (6 months ago)
Im so proud of our traditions, visit Spain guys!!!!
Random Craze (6 months ago)
Hey cheerleaders! Might as well 😂😂😂
Rich TowerIII (6 months ago)
make the subtitles bigger! so distracting
Alberto Cugat (6 months ago)
És part de la nostra identitat, aquesta que tan molesta a l'Espanya colonial. " It is part of our identity, which is so annoying in colonial Spain."
Manolo Quinto Empecinado (3 months ago)
@TheSapphire M Millor llegeixes llibres d'història en lloc de còmics.
TheSapphire M (3 months ago)
Thats not true. THe rest of Spain doesnt care about your stupid things.
Teri Scallon (6 months ago)
Amazing! what courage they have
Ramon Arias (6 months ago)
thanks for showing with this video the heart of the catalan people. Visca Catalunya lliure!!
Lluís Burgués Aguilar (6 months ago)
The pity is that catalan people are still persecuted for defending their identity in a Spanish state everyday more repressive
TheSapphire M (3 months ago)
thats FAKE. Im from cataluña and you are the ones that prosecute the rest of us catalan who speak in spanish
Gulminosaurio Polistuchidosico (6 months ago)
You do realise that Spain is the country in Europe that gives most freedom to its provinces (including Catalonia) right?
Ramon Arias (6 months ago)
Great video!!
MRD (6 months ago)
Spain is beautiful, full of diversity and rich in traditions and culture! Catalonia and is people are amazing!
Alberto Cugat (6 months ago)
​@Gulminosaurio Polistuchidosico Escolta sauri, si escrius en castellà, no ets pas català. De tota manera se me'n fot el que siguis, com si ets japonès, insensat, migpensionista o un sipai, que és el més probable.
Gulminosaurio Polistuchidosico (6 months ago)
@Alberto Cugat Yo soy Catalán y también soy Español. Si no os gusta la diversidad cultural os podéis a una isla
Alberto Cugat (6 months ago)
Catalunya no és Espanya, Catalunya és encara, una colònia d'Espanya.
Corsair1984 (6 months ago)
PIT I COLLONS!!!!
sepaol paskiman (5 months ago)
💪
one time (6 months ago)
show of genius
nimloth11 (6 months ago)
Força, equilibri, valor i seny
Ivan Ripoll (6 months ago)
Today Catalans still being prosecuted, also for speaking their own language. It is not an issue from the past.
TheSapphire M (3 months ago)
im catalan and thats FAKEEEEEEE. Are you catalan speakers who prosecuted those catalans that are spanish spakers.
Swamp Thing (3 months ago)
@Gulminosaurio Polistuchidosico arguments against independence are mainly generated by the spaniard boicot that will follow, not by a "natural" cause. It's like if you put a lollypop in your mouth and I tell that's bad for your theeth and inmediately punch your jaw, and say, you see I told you It was bad...
Ivan Ripoll (4 months ago)
@Gulminosaurio Polistuchidosico That sir is the most stupid I expected to read this month. And I live in Catalonia, so just reading newspapers is a stupidness fest.
Gulminosaurio Polistuchidosico (6 months ago)
@PopularUnity Do you know the huge social and economic conflicts that would come from independance? Just so you can wrote your name in your language's calligraphy instead of in castillian spanish? I appreciate your culture and respect It, however, arguments against independance by far outnumber those in favour.
Encarna Magín (6 months ago)
Thanks, National Geographic. <3
Eclectronic Dj (6 months ago)
Any kid who plays soccer in a team since childhood suffers more damage than a casteller child ... how much hypocrisy
jaymz1999 (1 month ago)
Adults putting children in danger. Why no safety lines?
Swamp Thing (4 months ago)
@HeroSquad1millionA.D. you're quite wrong. I almost made to professional football player and you see far more severe injuries there than in castellers...
HeroSquad1millionA.D. (6 months ago)
I’ve never seen a bunch of kids hauled away from a soccer field with neck braces. I’d love to see a link to your statistics. I’m sure some kids get hurt worse but saying any kid who play from a young age seems just silly. I played soccer through varsity and never had a need for a neck brace or any other serious injury, some grass burns. I know a guy that broke his leg pretty badly but he was the exception not the rule.
Benicadell Benicadell (6 months ago)
Valencia is not Catalonia. The Valencian language is not the same as the Catalan language. The Catalan tradition of the Castells or Dance of the Valencians is not as old as it seems and these also have their origins this time, in the ancient Valencian Muixaranga that can still be seen and enjoyed in Algemesí (Valencia). Catalan nationalism has been appropriating the culture and language of its Valencian and Mallorcan neighbors for years and, among other things, with the Castells, the language, etc., what they want is to culturally structure their fictional and false Catalan countries. In Valencia we want to speak Spanish but also Valencian and not the standard Catalan that Catalan and Spanish nationalism wants to impose on us.
Benicadell Benicadell (6 months ago)
@Albert Gaspà ¿Que Pompeu Fabra era filoleg, antropoleg, historiador i geoleg? Jaja
Albert Gaspà (6 months ago)
que si xiquet que si....que ets filoleg, antropoleg, historiador, geoleg, i bocachancla diplomat...a dormir blaverot
sepaol paskiman (6 months ago)
I liked the short film, what i disliked is the title, it gives the impresion that ggreat injures are common in the castells, witch is not
anton enero (6 months ago)
This beauteful ❤❤❤❤
Rajeev Kumar (6 months ago)
Similar type of practice in Hinduism on Holi
Adria Rodriguez (6 months ago)
Why are they speaking spanish if they are catalans???
Esther Alonso (2 months ago)
¿Porque son españoles? ¿Donde piensas que esta Cataluña? ¿En Suiza?
Swamp Thing (4 months ago)
because catalans are bilingual??
julio donadello (6 months ago)
idiotas
Elena Acosta (6 months ago)
You can't read anything on the screen. Its to blurry.
Alex CoTs (6 months ago)
Freedom for Catalonia
Grey Love (6 months ago)
I could never trust another human this much.
Grey Love (6 months ago)
This is the greatest thing I've seen in my life.
mar; (14 hours ago)
@Pasky Pascua I'm from spain, catalonia, and I can honestly tell you that NO ONE dies while doing human towers..
Indian Fascist (1 month ago)
@Pasky Pascua yeah that happens every day anything else?
Pasky Pascua (1 month ago)
Dude there are like people dying
National Geographic (6 months ago)
We're glad you enjoyed watching! If you'd like to learn more, you can read on here: https://on.natgeo.com/31juv83
Davey Givens (6 months ago)
*tickle-tickle-tickle!*
Sally s (6 months ago)
Stupid, masochistic. Like war or child sacrifice.
Nnnuvolari (6 months ago)
Go and have an ice cream. Simbolic thinking is not your thing.
Marissa Mendez (6 months ago)
Beautiful movie. Remind how deep I have Spain in side of my hard
Swamp Thing (4 months ago)
@Gulminosaurio Polistuchidosico sadly you're not the way of think of the majoritarian spanish citizens...
Gulminosaurio Polistuchidosico (6 months ago)
@Santako Sound System ok bro
Santako Sound System (6 months ago)
Catalonia is not Spain.
Gulminosaurio Polistuchidosico (6 months ago)
@Albert Gaspà Im spanish and I love these traditions
Albert Gaspà (6 months ago)
spain and spainyards doeesn't take catalan traditions as a spanish thing...this is may a reason to many people to want to get out from there
Surabhi Kumari (6 months ago)
" When you are close to castell it's like being next to a beating heart. " Wow , it sounds so poetic . " that goes boom boom boom " 😂 Jokes apart , it was really a beautiful experience to watch this ,it indeed felt like watching a living poetry, kudos to their bravery especially those little kids. It taught me about a beautiful culture , their unity and courage . I'm happy it is declared as a cultural heritage by UNESCO . We Indians also make human towers in schools and playgrounds to celebrate the birth of lord Krishna . I think this is part of some cultures around the world to celebrate things they believe in , it makes me happy and feel connected to them .
Aos (6 months ago)
Una tradición española preciosa :}
Aleix Pellicer (6 months ago)
Catalonia is not Spain
Marc Casellas (6 months ago)
Thank you for this documentary National Geographic. You forgot to mention the gralla and the Toc de castells. This is coming from a Catalan and an American who was born and lives in Tarragona. This year I start university and they have a colla. I will take part in it as a gralla player. FYI the place where the competition was held was an old bullring which is now used for castells every two years and for concerts. Some “traditions” just don’t fit in the 21st century. The castells remind me of JFK when he said “ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country”. Visca Catalunya lliure!
JoAkInss Häesler (5 months ago)
Visca Catalunya i Visca Espanya!
Alba LR (6 months ago)
Visca!
Albert Gaspà (6 months ago)
també han oblidat parlar de les colles internacionals, de les colles de catalunya nord i les illes, i de l'origen dels castells lligat a les muixerangues valencianes... etc
MsKmc09 (6 months ago)
What a great short film
deep Sahay (6 months ago)
Similar thing happens in India on janmashtami
It's All About You (6 months ago)
Wow
Dwilly SMTZ (6 months ago)
Jo parlo català
gristor (6 months ago)
@Dwilly SMTZ Parlen dialectes de la mateixa llengua, li diguin com li diguin uns i altres. Normalment, això sí, als que diuen que són llengües diferents el valencià els importa ben poc...
Benicadell Benicadell (6 months ago)
El último valenciano. Disponible en Amazón.
Dwilly SMTZ (6 months ago)
@Benicadell Benicadell no es sembla al català?
Benicadell Benicadell (6 months ago)
Yo parle valencià
Guilherme Matos (6 months ago)
The world needs more NatGeo! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 Thanks you guys!
Fumetsu Dragons (6 months ago)
Humans and their traditions always involve hurting themselves or someone else. smart species.
Swamp Thing (4 months ago)
@Fumetsu Dragons we know we know, no confirmation needed...
Fumetsu Dragons (4 months ago)
@Swamp Thing yes I live in a bubble.
Swamp Thing (4 months ago)
Yeah, because living in the wilderness or in big cities wouldn't hurt you at all, are you dumb or living in a bubble?
Tody Rodgers (6 months ago)
This reminded me of that Avatar scene.
aztecmixtli (6 months ago)
He said, it's for eveyone, you could be a baker, a doctor, or a popsicle.
Tony Mintz (6 months ago)
Beautiful cinematography to reflect such a powerful cultural practice. Absolutely well done with this short film!
National Geographic (6 months ago)
We're glad you enjoyed watching! If you'd like to learn more, you can read on here: https://on.natgeo.com/31juv83
Oscar Oscar (6 months ago)
Visca els Castellers, freedom for Catalonia.
Mahinda Githaiga (6 months ago)
interesting
Rah_ul g (6 months ago)
Synchronous breathing..
Citrus Limonia (6 months ago)
Very well done film, but I'm not into children's participation on this kind of tradition it's too dangerous.
Lluís Burgués Aguilar (6 months ago)
As dangerous as playing soccer as many kids do
montrealais (6 months ago)
Whether in Catalunya or abroad, castellers are not professional athletes or acrobats but are regular people from the neighbourhood. People of all different body types, genders, ages, and origins are needed and welcome in castells.
montrealais (6 months ago)
Albert Gaspà agreed, I'm a member of a colla exterior and I wish that documentaries would quit showing long montages of castells falling just for the shock value, or would at least balance it by talking about statistics and safety features; it misrepresents how often castells fall and makes it look more dangerous than it is.
Albert Gaspà (6 months ago)
actually is not THAT dangerous, I'm in that, i can tell you there is not the danger level that it may look for people who doesn't know how it works. there are a lot of "colles" that make " castells" all around the world, if there is one near you, i invite you to try it.
Kerry Li (6 months ago)
That have to do with a lot of passion, love, courage and ambition in order to achieve the goal…very impressive and incredibly stunning!!!
Ron B (6 months ago)
As long as they have their indoor plumbing sorted first, more power to them.
Sebas Astronomer (6 months ago)
El Castillo es algo ermoso de los cielos
Kevin Luo (6 months ago)
Couldn't tell if the breath at 6:51 was mine or not.
Gokul Kuttu (6 months ago)
sir
Rah (6 months ago)
thats how people get hurt, that young kid hit his head on the floor!
montrealais (6 months ago)
Since helmets were introduced, there have been no cases of traumatic brain injuries among children in castells
Albert Gaspà (6 months ago)
accidents and injuries are very rare....but you can keep on telling bananans
dess (6 months ago)
Few years ago kids started wearing helmets because ... well... but still. They learn how to fall on "la pinya" and bruises and even broken ribs and vertebrae injuries, they are strong trained people.
montrealais (6 months ago)
People get hurt doing a lot of things, like football or hockey, both of which are more dangerous than castells.
Not all Gaming (6 months ago)
che idioti X,D
M. Simm (6 months ago)
Clive Barker's In The Hills The Cities.
Soul Chicken (6 months ago)
I was thinking of that i watched this--waiting fir all those people to start climbing on board...
Dan H (6 months ago)
What countries allow their kids to do this so stoopid
Mr NixxxoN (5 months ago)
@Dan H this is safer than so many sports. Just because you think its so dangerous doesnt mean it is THAT dangerous.
Dan H (6 months ago)
montrealais Um no hockey is safe. It's a safe sport provided you know what you're doing. This is plain stupid and dumb.
montrealais (6 months ago)
In Canada we let our kids play ice hockey, which is much more dangerous, but nobody says anything about that
Dan H (6 months ago)
When they fell all I imagined was bones cracking
Swamp Thing (4 months ago)
@Aidan Bandrich yes It is... BY FAR.
Mr NixxxoN (5 months ago)
@Aidan Bandrich i can assure you it is. I know both well. Football players get far more injuries that castellers
Aidan Bandrich (6 months ago)
@Santako Sound System no it's not
Santako Sound System (6 months ago)
@Dan H Soccer is way more dangerous.
Dan H (6 months ago)
Lol humans can be weird
Elle (6 months ago)
This was beautiful 💛 The symbolism behind this is so powerful: a unified people working towards a common goal can create something magnificent if and only if we are all supporting each other
National Geographic (6 months ago)
Great observation! To learn more about the significance behind this tradition, you can read on here: https://on.natgeo.com/31juv83