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8 results for "Polinya" - Most at least downloaded

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- 1 church bell
One church bell ringing. UCS Category: BELLLrg. Duration: 01:27.
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- Spanish crowd
Spanish speaking crowd in a small village. UCS Category: CRWDWalla. Duration: 01:20.
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- 4 church bells
Four church bells ringing at the same time. UCS Category: BELLLrg. Duration: 00:51.
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- Mascletà Valencia, Spain
The Mascletà is fireworks. UCS Category: FRWKComr. Duration: 05:12.
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- Outdoor pool in Spain
Atmosphere sound an outdoor pool, Spain. UCS Category: AMBAmus. Duration: 02:31.
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- Beginning of a procession, Spain
Beginning of a religious, near Valencia, Spain. Crowd, bells, firecrackers, etc. UCS Category: AMBCele. Duration: 07:01.
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- Muixeranga
The Muixeranga is the collective name given to the performance of ancient street dances and human castles, originating in the Valencian Community : fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muixeranga. UCS Category: AMBCele. Duration: 02:15.
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- Fireworks 1
Fireworks in the city, Polinyà de Xúquer, Spain. UCS Category: FRWKComr. Duration: 03:21.
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