El Chiviri celebration at Trujillo
El Chiviri is a celebration which combines tradition and warmth, these aspects become keepsakes which live on the memories of those who were there. Trujillo welcomes visitors in a great celebration at its main square.
Trujillo's main square carries out its role of meeting point to celebrate the end of Easter.
On Easter Sunday morning trujillians and visitors arrive from different places of Spain in order to enjoy the feast in such privileged scene.
Under the statue dedicated to Francisco Pizarro and dressed with typical costumes with red shawls on the neck, the citizens of trujillo dance popular songs all the day.
Those who have been there highlight people's warmth. After this party the whole population leave to the countryside to enjoy and taste typical dishes made of lamb and drinks.
At night people joins at the main square again to enjoy concerts and live music. The party will continue to the next day when they return to the countryside again to continue the celebration.