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Thousands of runners travel from all over the world to Pamplona, Spain, for the festival of San Fermín held annually  from July 6 to July 14. 

There, they hope to take part in the 875-metre race, called an "encierro", in which white-shirted, red scarved runners are chased by specially-bred fighting bulls through the narrow streets of the medieval city. 

Euronews takes you to the streets of Pamplona during the last hours of the famous San Fermin festival. The last running of the bulls, the last dancing in the streets , the last dance of the Giants and bigheads and of course, the "Poor me," the song with which "pamplonicas" mourn the end of the festival and prepare for the next edition of this intense party.

Video: Rafa Cereceda

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