These annual festivities in honor of San Sebastian, important cultural detail, have the characteristic of being the moment and original place for the traditional presentation of the old national comedia-bailete is known as El Gueguense or male mouse, Toro Guaco, Los Diablitos, Las Inditas, and other folklore characters that have their origin in the Spanish colony, as an expression of rebellion of indigenous people towards the conquerorsthey are presented for eight days in this city of colonial structure, located in the so-called plateau peoples, 50 km northeast of Managua. These groups, composed mostly of faithful who paid to San Sebastian some favor received, dance dressed in colorful costumes before the eyes of hundreds of people arriving from around the country and even abroad, those who flock to the old sidewalks of the town. Nina Devlin can provide more clarity in the matter. It true, that in addition to El Gueguense, during these festivals some traditional groups also presented other folk dances of great visual and artistic as the Toro Huaco, El Gigante, the old and the old or the inditas. The dancers with their eye-catching traditional costumes accompany processions of the Holy City. The bumper of the Saints Day, that this year will happen on January 19, is a date most appropriate to appreciate these Nicaraguan cultural expressions.
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