Thousands attend the Spectacular Naval Combat event part of the International Carnival of Mazatlan 2019

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The sky was illuminated with the impressive pyrotechnic spectacle at the International Carnival of Mazatlan 2019. Thousands of people witnessed this spectacular moment that left thousands of people satisfied.

Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- Before the eyes of thousands of people stationed along the bay of Mazatlan, the sky was illuminated in a thousand colors due to the traditional Naval Combat, which for 25 minutes formed a number of figures that caught the attention of attendees.

At 23:00, the festival of lights of this International Carnival of Mazatlan 2019 began, “Equinox: The rebirth of the senses” , which offered a show that alluded to the sun and the moon. Lights that kept trapped thousands of attendees who, to enjoy the Naval Combat, arrived from noon to have the best location.

While some visitors and tourists could see it closer, since they were in the 30 catamarans that offer walks through the Bay of Mazatlan. This celebration refers to the Heroic Defense of the Port occurred in 1864, during the French Intervention.

The event fulfilled its mission, the Mazatlecos were happy with the spectacle formed by lights, lasers and special effects. Before the fight was made the burning of bad humor and burned Peña Nieto.

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Thousands of people witnessed the spectacular Naval Combat of the International Carnival of Mazatlan. Sergio Pérez photo
The sky of Mazatlan was illuminated during the Naval Combat of the Carnival of Mazatlan 2019. Photo Sergio Pérez
The assistants were satisfied with the 2019 Naval Combat. Photo Sergio Pérez
Mazatlan is celebrating with the 2019 International Carnival. Photo Sergio Pérez
This is how the Mazatlan sky was seen during the 2019 Naval Combat. Photo Sergio Pérez
The Naval Combat started at 23:00 hours.
This is how the spectacular Naval Combat took place at the 2019 International Carnival of Mazatlan.
The Naval Combat of the International Carnival of Mazatlan lasted approximately 25 minutes. Sergio Pérez photo

Source: El Debate

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