The Fia-Faia in Berguedà
Declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, the Fia Faia as well as the faults of 63 other towns, in Catalonia, Aragon, Andorra and France, burn for the solstices, but most do so for the summer solstice, except Bagà and Cerdanyola that commemorate the winter solstice.
They are unique festivals that have been preserved over the centuries to reach our days in good health, drawing a map that covers an important part of the Pyrenees, filling them with music, dance and fire.
That is why the celebration of this festival makes more sense than ever, where children and adults participate and where the fallaes can be adapted to the size of the person who burns them, small failures for the smallest and largest for the most daring, but all o Almost all of them will burn in the middle of the festival in the streets and squares of our towns, illuminating the eyes full of enthusiasm of the little ones, who will be responsible for ensuring that this festival lasts for many more centuries.
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