Photos, pictures & images of Busós (Busos) in their masks and sheep costumes on their annual parade as well as traditional Hungarian dancers. The Busójárás (Hungarian, meaning "Busó-walking"; in Croatian: Pohod bu?ara) is an annual celebration of the ?okci (Croats) living in the town of Mohács, Hungary, held at the end of the Carnival season ("Farsang"), ending the day before Ash Wednesday. The celebration features Busós (people wearing traditional masks) and includes folk music, masquerading, parades and dancing. Busójárás lasts six days, usually during February. It starts on a Thursday, followed by the Kisfarsang (Little Farsang) carnival on Friday, with the biggest celebration, Farsang vasárnap (Farsang Sunday) on the seventh Sunday before Easter Sunday; the celebration then ends with Farsangtemetés (Burial of Farsang) on the following Tuesday (Shrove Tuesday or Mardi Gras).
Stock photos pictures & images of the spring Busójárás (Busojaras) Carnival in Mohács (Mohacs) Hungary.
[ Gallery of Pictures & Prints Mohacs Busojaras, Hungary]