Organizers estimated that some 3,000 people visited the district during the three-day festival. Ladies dressed in the national costume of pollera skirts took over the streets.
A folk parade with 35 carts brought the festival 'Mi Ranchito' to a close on Sunday in the district of Río de Jesús.
The festival, which began on Friday with the crowning of the queen, grows more notorious every year, according to the organizers.
“What we propose with this event is for visitors to experience folklore in all of its forms,” said Mayor Humberto Sánchez.