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What filaes make up the Moorish side of the Moors and Christians of Dénia?

August 09 from 2022 - 09: 15

The Moorish side of the festivities of Moors and Christians de Dénia is made up of eight filaes, three of them women. They are exactly half of those who participate in the Dianenses festivals, considered one of the most important in the city and which is currently working to achieve the consideration as a Festival of Autonomous Tourist Interest.

Filà Abencerrages

Founded in 2006, the filà Abencerrages It is one of the youngest of the Moors and Christians festivities in Dénia. Belonging to the Moorish side, this row has around 25 revelers on its lists that stand out for their red baggy pants, their white shirt and their black vest with gold letters.

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Filà Alkamar

In 1999, some women from Dénia made history by forming the first row of the Moorish band of women: the filà Alkamar. The girls of the half moon stand out for their maroon djellaba with silver embroidered moons. Altogether this group 33 women of all ages.

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Filà Almorávides

La filà Almorávides She is one of the founders of the Moors and Christians festival in Dénia. He belongs to the Moorish side, and currently his ranks make up a score of revelers whose official clothing is perhaps the most showy with his black and white vertical striped pants, yellow shirt, purple sash and green vest.

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Filà Amazigh

La filà Amazigh is a filà of women belonging to the Moorish side formed in the year 2005, when a group of friends was encouraged to create their own formation to participate in the festivities of Moors and Christians of Dénia, becoming the second women's filà of the Moorish side and the third to join the party.

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Filà Amiries

La filà Amiries, belonging to the Moorish side of the festivities of Moors and Christians of Dénia, was founded, along with the party, in the year 1980. It is one of the veteran filaes that in the 2013 year, and after an intense year of captaincy, decided to make a break and asked for the leave of the party. In 2014 they returned to take their place with a fortnight of festeros.

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Filà berebers-Tuaregs

In the year 2004 was created in Dénia FILA Tuaregs and a year later the filà Berebers was born, both on the Moorish side. After two years of independence, the members of both filaes observed that there were many things in common they shared, so they decided to join forces to create a single, larger and more powerful row that would enrich the Moors and Christians festival in Denia.

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Filà Barbary Pirates

In 2011, and challenging a particularly critical moment in the economy, a group of Dianenses women were encouraged to create what would be the sixth row of the Moors and Christians festivities of Dénia: the filà Barbary PiratesBelonging to the Moors.

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Filà walies

La filà walies, belonging to the Moorish side of the Moors and Christians festivities of Dénia, was one of the founders in 1980. Its members wear djellaba with golden, orange and black stripes, a hanging row shield and a black bonnet. Currently, it is made up of around thirty party-goers.

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