Instant Index: Spain's Annual Tomatina Festival Draws Thousands

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Spain's Annual Tomatina Festival Draws Thousands Every year in a little Spanish town, neighbors get together for one afternoon to pelt each other with tomatoes at the peak of the harvest. The tradition started 68 years ago. It is a tradition that drew an estimated 20,000 people this year and they even set up showers all over town.

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