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Friday, 24 February 2017 17:26

Traditional Mas In Port Of Spain

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It's Fantastic Friday here in Trinidad and Tobago and if you happened to roam the streets of the Port of Spain, you may have glimpsed Traditional Carnival characters revelling through some city streets.

As part of a collaboration between the Port of Spain City Corporation and the National Carnival Commission, the junior masqueraders surely displayed this country's culture.

Marie Hull reports.

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