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The spiritual and physical connection that human beings have with the land is a sacred one, and it is this ancient belief that inspires the Seú Harvest Parade. People of all ages are involved in the dancing, singing, and music that accompany this colorful procession, and everyone is adorned with elaborate and festive costumes. .

The Seú Parade traces its origins to the time of slavery, landowners, and plantations on Curacao. The parade is part of a larger festival that makes place during Easter Week, and also includes the famous Carnival Parade.

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