Pase del Niño photo essay: Expats and tourists join thousands of Cuencanos to watch the city’s largest parade

Dec 25, 2013 | 0 comments

On a sunny Christmas Eve day, tens of thousands turned out to see Cuenca’s famous Pase del Niño parade. Entries from as far away as Loja, in the south, and Imbabura Province, near the Colombian border, joined hundreds more from the Cuenca area.

Cuenca expats from Argentina, the U.S., Colombia, and Peru added an international flavor to the procession. According Pase del Niño organizer Paúl Hernandez, it was the first time that more than more one foreign entry participated in the parade.

To see the sights, scroll down.
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