Pictured: Traditional mas at the Savannah on Carnival Monday
Created : 24 February 2020
Keeping the tradition alive!
Despite concerns by some that 'ole mas' is dying, masqueraders dressed as blue devils, moko jumbies, minstrels, baby dolls, fancy indians and more were on full display at the Queen's Park Savannah on Carnival Monday.
These traditional characters symbolise the origins of Trinidad and Tobago Carnival and seek to preserve the social customs of an evolving culture.
Traditional mas at the Savannah
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