Thousands of Colombians salsa danced on Christmas day

Cali, Colombia, self-styled World Salsa Capital, held a huge salsa dancing parade for Christmas day.


    Salsa is Latin America's most famous music, and Colombia's third-largest city, Cali, has become synonymous with the dance.

    The Salsa festival takes place on Christmas day when thousands of professional dancers take centre stage at a huge parade.


    Al Jazeera’s Alessandro Rampietti reports from Cali, Colombia.


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