Fallas

A ninot, a cardboard and wood sculpture portraying current events and personalities, such as Spanish Prime Minister <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT007551" title="Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero" href="/topic/politics/government/government-ministers/jose-luis-rodriguez-zapatero-PEPLT007551.topic">Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero</a>, right, and President of Autonomous Government of Valencia Francisco Camps, is displayed at a Ninot Exhibition during the Fallas Festival in Valencia. The Fallas will be burned in the streets of Valencia on March 19 as a tribute to Saint Joseph, patron saint of the carpenters guild.

( Jose Jordan/AFP/Getty Images / March 7, 2011 )

A ninot, a cardboard and wood sculpture portraying current events and personalities, such as Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, right, and President of Autonomous Government of Valencia Francisco Camps, is displayed at a Ninot Exhibition during the Fallas Festival in Valencia. The Fallas will be burned in the streets of Valencia on March 19 as a tribute to Saint Joseph, patron saint of the carpenters guild.

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