Building Human Towers in Spain

Every year in Spain, a Catalan tradition of building Castells—human towers reaching up to 10 stories—takes place. Teams called colles compete to build the tallest and most complex tower made only of human beings standing atop one another. Teams are considered to have been successful if they can build and deconstruct their towers without a fall.

http://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2016/10/building-human-towers-in-spain/502706/?utm_source=nl-atlantic-weekly-100716

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