Photos: Cambridge Carnival International | September 12, 2010

Scenes from Cambridge Carnival International in Kendall Square
By KELSEY MARIE BELL  |  September 20, 2010
Cambridge Carnival International | Kendall Square | September 12, 2010
Officially, the Cambridge Carnival International is a "colorful and festive celebration that is rooted in African traditions," which takes the form of a huge costume parade in Kendall Square. The Carnival bills itself as the largest festival in Cambridge, attracting over 150,000 people. We say it's the closest you'll get to Brazil's wild Carnival in puritan New England, and the last chance you'll get to see girls in bikinis parading around until next June!
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