audiovisual media, wall-mounted sculptures, and more.
‘We Could be Heroes’ highlights the importance of heroes in our time and inspires us to consider ourselves as heroes for our families and our communities.
wander the town swilling spiced wine and homemade (brandy) pálinka, and make as much noise as humanly possible.
Busójárás has much in common with other carnival festivals that celebrate the end of winter.
The male busos wear a traditional sheepskin cloak, women’s wool stockings under men’s pants, and a carved monster mask.
It is the biggest annually recurring event in Sweden, with around 200,000 spectators over four days and almost 100 million TV viewers worldwide!
The races are decided in Karlstad and northern Värmland province, and since a few years ago some of the driving takes place across the Norwegian border.