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Guanajuato, Guanajuato

Dam. Today, it is purely ornamental. There is also a stone cross, which indicates the ground was once used as a cemetery. Starting in the 1950s, this plaza was used for short one-act plays called ''Entremeses Cervantinos'', which later developed into the Festival Cervantino. The plaza is still used for these plays as well as events associated with the annual event. ref name


Romania

'' and ''The Seagull'' (poems), published in ''English Teacher’s Portfolio of Multicultural Activities'', edited by John Cowen (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996). By the 18th century in eastern Romania and some other parts of Eastern Europe, Purim plays (called ''Purimshpiln'', ) had evolved into broad-ranging satires with music and dance, precursors to Yiddish theater, for which the story of Esther was little more than a pretext: indeed, by the mid-19th


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