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The human towers ”castells” in Catalonia, Spain


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The human towers (“castells” in Catalan) are built traditionally in festivities and competitions in Catalonia, Spain. At these events each team (“colla”) builds and dismantles several human towers, this festival counts more than 200 years in the country . For their success, a crowded and stunning base of dozens of people needs to be previously perfectly set up.



The youngest and the weakest are the top of the tower, while the heavier members compose the base. Each tower consists of two or three levels, while the audience jostling and pushes forward, helping in this way the creation of a stable human tower.



Hundreds of men, women and children are divided into groups of 100-500 people and compete to create the tallest human towers. The youngest and the weakest are the top of the tower, while the heavier members compose the base.


The sky of human towers

More than 20000 people gather each year to catch a glimpse of the competition. The higher the tower of a team, the more are the points. The strategy is to put young members at the top and heavy aged people at base.

The sky of human towers



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5 thoughts on “The human towers ”castells” in Catalonia, Spain

  1. Totally amazing to watch the power of the people and what beautiful things unity csn create

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  3. The photos are spectacular!
    Regards from Barcelona!

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