Paphos Carnival 2018

Published 18th of February, 2018

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More Bananas

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Banana Man met up with his friends and they all trundled up the hill.

She Devils

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Almost Time To Start

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Opening Choir

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First up was this choir. They sang songs and threw confetti laced with sweets at the crowd.

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