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Español: En la foto, el Arcangel Miguel dirigiendo una tropa de diablos de la Fraternidad Artistica y cultural "La Diablada", en el dia del diablo y del moreno del Carnaval de Oruro "Obra maestra del patrimonio oral e intangible de la humanidad", UNESCO. La Diablada, danza primigenia de Oruro.
English: In the photo, the Archangel Michael leading a troop of devils artistic and cultural fraternity "The Diablada" on the day of the devil and Tan Carnaval de Oruro "Masterpiece of Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity" UNESCO. The Diablada, dance primeval Oruro.
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