Photo by: Pablo Andrés Sandoval Vargas
People in the Bolivian city of Oruro are gearing up for carnival.
This year’s celebrations start on 30 January, but the main days will be on 5, 6 and 7 of February when thousands of people will congregate in Oruro.
The carnival dates back more than two centuries and is one of Latin America’s most colourful.
Photojournalist Fellipe Abreu and reporter Luiz Felipe Silva recorded some of its highlights in 2015.
See more via BBC.
South America has actually been making wine since the 1500’s. Back then, the wine was crap. Franciscan Monks planted Mission grapes (including Pais and Criolla Grande) to make wine for religious purposes.
Read more here via winefolly.