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Peruvians put on face paint and colourful wigs for Clown Day

From wonderful wigs to fabulous face paints - hundreds of professional clowns celebrate Clown Day in the Peruvian capital, Lima.
Face paint, bright costumes, colourful wigs and lots of laughter marked this year's Clown Day celebrations in the Peruvian capital, Lima.
Several very colourful clowns applaud and cheer.
Jose Alvarez Velez took laughter to poor areas of Peru. Now every year clowns come to Lima to mark the date.
Four clowns walking on the street, one of them with huge pink and purple horns
The day remembers Jose Alvarez Velez, or 'Tony Perejil', a popular clown who died on 25 May 1987.
Dozens of clowns sit together, one of them wearing an armour and golden headgear.
But it was not just about laughter - the clowns say they want the government to provide them with free health care and better rights for those who work in the profession.
A row of colourful shoes of three clowns
They paraded through the centre of the Peruvian capital to the rhythm of drums, whistles and singing.
Clowns parade on the street, with one jumping in the air and two dressed as superheros in the background.
This year, around 500 people of all ages took part in the Clown Day festivities.
A red-nosed clown poses for a photo with a child who also wears a wig.
Some performed tricks, such as juggling acts, while others just did what they do best: act silly.
Four clowns pose for the camera making funny faces.