Fallas is a uniquely Valencian tradition that takes place each March. In the months and weeks preceding the celebration, each neighborhood of the city crafts ninots, satirical figures made of cardboard and paper-mâché. The festivities of Fallas span five days and nights and culminate in La Cremà, when the monuments are set ablaze in giant bonfires. Each year, the most popular ninot is spared from the fire and saved in the Fallas Museum. The museum is home to over eighty ninots and other Fallas artifacts. Visitors will be inspired to return to Valencia and participate in the fiery tradition.
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