**HIGHLIGHTS from the Carnival in Oruro, Bolivia** Carnaval de Oruro Traditional Bolivian Dances HD

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Here is a compilation of highlights from many of the traditional Bolivian dances that are part of the Carnival of Oruro (Carnaval de Oruro). The Carnival is a religious festival that takes place in Oruro, Bolivia. It is one of UNESCO's Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. It honors the Virgin of Candelaria (Virgin of Socavón).

The traditional dances include Morenada, Caporales, Diablada, Diablada, Tobas, Tinku, Llamerada, Kullawada, Suri Sikuri, Antawara, Zampoñeros, Kantus, Wititi, Putulu, Waka waka, Pukllay and others. With more than 50 traditional dance groups and fraternities performing the procession includes around 30,000 people (musicians and dancers and is witnessed by more than 400,000.

Video Includes Morenada Central Communidad Cocani, Diablada Urus, Diablada Ferroviaria, Caporales Centralistas

Timing of dances:
Morenada Comm. Cocani 00:08 - 05:27
Diablada Urus 05:27 - 07:58
Tinku San Simon 07:58 - 11:30
Caporales Centralistas 11:54 - 15:13
Pukllay 15:13 - 17:26
Waka Waka 17:26 - 19:04
Diblada Ferroviaria 19:04 - 20:52
Tobas 20:52 - 22:24
Kullawada 22:24 - 22:52
Morenada Central Oruro 22:52 - 25:18
Suri Sikuri 25:18 - 26:26
Inti Llajta(Intillaqta) 26:26 - 27:30
Caporales U. San Simon 27:30 - 29:40
Phullay 29:40 - 30:00
Morenada Zona Norte 30:00 - 30:15
Negritos Unidos de Saya 30:15 - 31:12
Zampoñeros 31:12 - 32:12
Sambos Caporales 32:12 - 32:25