Days of happiness: How El Salvador honours all Salvadoran clowns

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A clown poses for a picture in a parade during Salvadoran Clown Day celebrations in San Salvador, El Salvador on December 7, 2016. (REUTERS)

A clown poses for a picture in a parade during Salvadoran Clown Day celebrations in San Salvador, El Salvador on December 7, 2016. (REUTERS)

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Clowns participate in a show during Salvadoran Clown Day celebrations. El Salvador celebrates National Clown Day on the second Wednesday of December. (REUTERS)

Clowns participate in a show during Salvadoran Clown Day celebrations. El Salvador celebrates National Clown Day on the second Wednesday of December. (REUTERS)

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The clown day honours all Salvadorean clowns who bring fun to the nation. (REUTERS)

The clown day honours all Salvadorean clowns who bring fun to the nation. (REUTERS)

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San Salvador is the political, cultural, educational and financial centre of El Salvador. (REUTERS)

San Salvador is the political, cultural, educational and financial centre of El Salvador. (REUTERS)

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San Salvador is known for its rich heritage of Spanish culture. (REUTERS)

San Salvador is known for its rich heritage of Spanish culture. (REUTERS)

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Many of its buildings are built in the Baroque and eclectic styles. (REUTERS)

Many of its buildings are built in the Baroque and eclectic styles. (REUTERS)

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A clown participates in the parade. (REUTERS)

A clown participates in the parade. (REUTERS)

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That’s a pretty red nose! A clown during the parade. (REUTERS)

That’s a pretty red nose! A clown during the parade. (REUTERS)

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