Участники карнавала в Лондоне обливались шоколадом и обнимались с полицейскими

30 Августа 2011, 12:06

В лондонском районе Ноттинг-Хилл прошел Ежегодный двухдневный карибский карнавал. Фото AFP

Performers take part in the Notting Hill Carnival in London, on August 29, 2011. Monday, a public holiday, is the second and busiest day of the two-day festival which attracts around one million people, and there are fears gangs could hijack the event and go on the rampage in a repeat of the riots. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
Performers take part in the Notting Hill Carnival in London, on August 29, 2011. Monday, a public holiday, is the second and busiest day of the two-day festival which attracts around one million people, and there are fears gangs could hijack the event and go on the rampage in a repeat of the riots. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
A performer takes part in the Notting Hill Carnival children's day in London, on August 28, 2011. London's police were out in force as the Notting Hill Carnival got under way today in a bid to stop Europe's biggest street festival descending into a repeat of this month's devastating riots. The two-day showcase of Caribbean culture in west London attracts up to a million revellers to watch troupes of dancers in exotic costumes perform on floats as powerful sound systems pump out music. AFP PHOTO/ FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA
A performer takes part in the Notting Hill Carnival children's day in London, on August 28, 2011. London's police were out in force as the Notting Hill Carnival got under way today in a bid to stop Europe's biggest street festival descending into a repeat of this month's devastating riots. The two-day showcase of Caribbean culture in west London attracts up to a million revellers to watch troupes of dancers in exotic costumes perform on floats as powerful sound systems pump out music. AFP PHOTO/ FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA
Performers covered in chocolate take part in the Notting Hill Carnival children's day in London, on August 28, 2011. London's police were out in force as the Notting Hill Carnival got under way today in a bid to stop Europe's biggest street festival descending into a repeat of this month's devastating riots. The two-day showcase of Caribbean culture in west London attracts up to a million revellers to watch troupes of dancers in exotic costumes perform on floats as powerful sound systems pump out music. AFP PHOTO/ FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA
Performers take part in the Notting Hill Carnival children's day in London, on August 28, 2011. London's police were out in force as the Notting Hill Carnival got under way today in a bid to stop Europe's biggest street festival descending into a repeat of this month's devastating riots. The two-day showcase of Caribbean culture in west London attracts up to a million revellers to watch troupes of dancers in exotic costumes perform on floats as powerful sound systems pump out music. AFP PHOTO/ FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA
Spectators cover their mouths as they laugh during the Notting Hill Carnival children's day in London, on August 28, 2011. London's police were out in force as the Notting Hill Carnival got under way Sunday in a bid to stop Europe's biggest street festival descending into a repeat of this month's devastating riots. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
Costumed masqueraders from the Genesis Mas band pose for photographers in London, on August 24, 2011, ahead of the Notting Hill Carnival. The Notting Hill Carnival will take place from 28 to 29 August 2011. It is one of the largest street festival in Europe and originated in 1964 as a way for Afro-Caribbean communities to celebrate their own cultures and traditions. AFP PHOTO / BEN STANSALL
Performers take part in the Notting Hill Carnival children's day in London, on August 28, 2011. London's police were out in force as the Notting Hill Carnival got under way today in a bid to stop Europe's biggest street festival descending into a repeat of this month's devastating riots. AFP PHOTO/ CARL COURT
Performers take part in the Notting Hill Carnival in London, on August 29, 2011. Monday, a public holiday, is the second and busiest day of the two-day festival which attracts around one million people, and there are fears gangs could hijack the event and go on the rampage in a repeat of the riots. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
Performers take part in the Notting Hill Carnival in London, on August 29, 2011. Monday, a public holiday, is the second and busiest day of the two-day festival which attracts around one million people, and there are fears gangs could hijack the event and go on the rampage in a repeat of the riots. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
A performer takes part in the Notting Hill Carnival in London, on August 29, 2011. Monday, a public holiday, is the second and busiest day of the two-day festival which attracts around one million people, and there are fears gangs could hijack the event and go on the rampage in a repeat of the riots. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
Performers take part in the Notting Hill Carnival in London, on August 29, 2011. Monday, a public holiday, is the second and busiest day of the two-day festival which attracts around one million people, and there are fears gangs could hijack the event and go on the rampage in a repeat of the riots. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
Performers take part in the Notting Hill Carnival in London, on August 29, 2011. Monday, a public holiday, is the second and busiest day of the two-day festival which attracts around one million people, and there are fears gangs could hijack the event and go on the rampage in a repeat of the riots. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
Performers take part in the Notting Hill Carnival in London, on August 29, 2011. Monday, a public holiday, is the second and busiest day of the two-day festival which attracts around one million people, and there are fears gangs could hijack the event and go on the rampage in a repeat of the riots. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
Performers take part in the Notting Hill Carnival in London, on August 29, 2011. Monday, a public holiday, is the second and busiest day of the two-day festival which attracts around one million people, and there are fears gangs could hijack the event and go on the rampage in a repeat of the riots. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
Performers dance during Notting Hill Carnival last day in London, on August 29, 2011. London's police were out in force as the Notting Hill Carnival got under way Sunday in a bid to stop Europe's biggest street festival descending into a repeat of this month's devastating riots. The two-day showcase of Caribbean culture in west London attracts up to a million revellers to watch troupes of dancers in exotic costumes perform on floats as powerful sound systems pump out music. AFP PHOTO/FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA
A man is detained by police during the Notting Hill Carnival last day in London, on August 29, 2011. London's police were out in force as the Notting Hill Carnival got under way Sunday in a bid to stop Europe's biggest street festival descending into a repeat of this month's devastating riots. The two-day showcase of Caribbean culture in west London attracts up to a million revellers to watch troupes of dancers in exotic costumes perform on floats as powerful sound systems pump out music. AFP PHOTO/FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA
Performers dance during the Notting Hill Carnival last day in London, on August 29, 2011. London's police were out in force as the Notting Hill Carnival got under way Sunday in a bid to stop Europe's biggest street festival descending into a repeat of this month's devastating riots. The two-day showcase of Caribbean culture in west London attracts up to a million revellers to watch troupes of dancers in exotic costumes perform on floats as powerful sound systems pump out music. AFP PHOTO/FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA
Women dance during the Notting Hill Carnival in London, on August 29, 2011. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
A performer dances with a police officer at the Notting Hill Carnival in London, on August 29, 2011. Huge crowds of revellers gathered in London today for the finale of the Notting Hill Carnival, amid tight security to avoid a repeat of this month's riots at Europe's biggest street festival. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
A performer dances with a police officer at the Notting Hill Carnival in London, on August 29, 2011. Monday, a public holiday, is the second and busiest day of the two-day festival which attracts around one million people, and there are fears gangs could hijack the event and go on the rampage in a repeat of the riots.AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
Police officers patrol a street during the Notting Hill Carnival in London, on August 29, 2011. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
A woman laughs with a policeman after he placed his hat on her head during the Notting Hill Carnival in London, on August 29, 2011. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
Performers dance at the finale of the Notting Hill Carnival in London on August 29, 2011. Today is the second and busiest day of the two-day festival which attracts around a million people, and there were fears gangs could hijack the event and go on the rampage in a repeat of this month's riots. But the second day of festivities started peacefully with 6,500 police officers, the biggest number in recent years at the Caribbean-themed extravaganza, on duty as spectators watched Samba-style dancers perform on floats. AFP PHOTO / FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA
A performer dances with a member of the audience at the finale of the Notting Hill Carnival in London on August 29, 2011. Today is the second and busiest day of the two-day festival which attracts around a million people, and there were fears gangs could hijack the event and go on the rampage in a repeat of this month's riots. But the second day of festivities started peacefully with 6,500 police officers, the biggest number in recent years at the Caribbean-themed extravaganza, on duty as spectators watched Samba-style dancers perform on floats. AFP PHOTO / FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA
People dance at the finale of the Notting Hill Carnival in London on August 29, 2011. Today is the second and busiest day of the two-day festival which attracts around a million people, and there were fears gangs could hijack the event and go on the rampage in a repeat of this month's riots. But the second day of festivities started peacefully with 6,500 police officers, the biggest number in recent years at the Caribbean-themed extravaganza, on duty as spectators watched Samba-style dancers perform on floats. AFP PHOTO / FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA
A performer poses with a British policeman at the finale of the Notting Hill Carnival in London on August 29, 2011. Today is the second and busiest day of the two-day festival which attracts around a million people, and there were fears gangs could hijack the event and go on the rampage in a repeat of this month's riots. But the second day of festivities started peacefully with 6,500 police officers, the biggest number in recent years at the Caribbean-themed extravaganza, on duty as spectators watched Samba-style dancers perform on floats. AFP PHOTO / FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA
Rubbish are pictured on the streets of Notting Hill after the Carnival on August 29, 2011 in London. Huge crowds partied in the streets of London as the Notting Hill Carnival drew to a close with little sign of trouble despite fears of riots at Europe's biggest street festival. The second day of festivities passed largely peacefully with 6,500 police officers, the biggest number in recent years at the Caribbean-themed extravaganza, on duty as spectators watched Samba-style dancers perform on floats. AFP PHOTO / FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA

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