The Cossiers dance for the May fiestas.
The Binissalem stone and artisan fair was originally conceived as a means of primarily showcasing the skills of local craftspeople who work with the Binissalem stone, which is technically a marble, which comes in differing colours from dark blue to light beige.
Snails. Well, do you or don’t you? Eat them, that is.
21st Edition of the Snail fair in Sant Jordi.
An archive photo of a road closure in Formentor.
One of the players jokes about asking a spectator to marry him.
Globbie, the Harlem Globetrotters' mascot.
Moment of the team's presentation.
A player jokes with one of the referees during the match.
The crowd, full of Harlem Globetrotters cheerleaders.
The Globetrotters players, coming out onto the court.
The female players of the Harlem Globetrotters, during their presentation.
One of the players, in the stands interacting with the spectators.
Mediaeval market in Capdepera.
It was not alone among Mallorcan municipalities in having been declared a “vila” by King Jaume II at the turn of the fourteenth century, but Capdepera makes the most of this mediaeval connection by holding an annual Mediaeval Market.
Wine Night to take place at the Misericordia courtyard in Palma.
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