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Buenos Aires, Feb 15 (EFE).- (Camera: Julieta Barrera) To the rhythm of drums, cymbals and snare drums, every February the Buenos Aires 'murgas porteñas' (band of street musicians) entertain the streets of the Argentinian capital with the colours of carnival, an uninterrupted tradition since the return to democracy in 1983, which this year the pandemic forces to carry out virtually.FOOTAGE OF CARNIVAL CELEBRATIONS IN BUENOS AIRES.

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