The Enramada

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During the weekend after Corpus Guissona celebrates the Enramada where children carry “coques” (a Catalan sweet) and petals of flowers while going around the main streets from Guissona. At the end they get to the fountain of the town (Font de la Vila) where they offer a tribute to the Mare de Déu de la Salut (a virgin). A piece of the “coca” is handed out among the people in Vell Pla Square. The celebration finishes when sardanes (the typical Catalan dance) are danced in this square.