Catalonia's 'human towers' rise again

"All the Castellers have been very well monitored, we are really very proud and happy with how well everything has been done, it has been very effective. Also, the acting has been perfect," said traditional Catalan human tower team member Yolanda Gonzalez.

The 200-year-old tradition which takes place at festivals requires skill, strength, and most of all trust to assemble and dismantle a human tower, and provide a safety net to cushion a fall when the structure inadvertently collapses.