The most important dances of Tlaxcala
1- Moors and Christians
3- The tapes
4- The crews
5- The knives
6- Dance of the snake
Typical dance of the Papalotla Carnival in which a couple of huehues use cuartas (a kind of whips) to thunder them on the buttocks of their companion. All this to the rhythm gives a music of different tones and different speed.
It should be noted that in municipalities such as Papalotla and Tepeyanco this dance is wrapped in a certain mysterious legend linked to ancestral divinities.
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