Tango fever sweeps Rome as people dance in the shadow of an ancient castle to celebrate Pope Francis' 78th birthday. Tara Cleary reports.
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Hundreds of tango enthusiasts gathered next to Rome's Castel Sant'Angelo near The Vatican, to celebrate Pope Francis' 78th birthday, honoring him with Argentina's famous dance.
SOUNDBITE: Valentina, tango dancer, saying (Italian):
"We have all come together to dance the tango for him (the pope) and we have met up with dancers from all over the world."
SOUNDBITE: Miguel, tango dancer, saying (Italian):
"We are dancing for the pope's birthday, and we were there for the audience this morning in St. Peter's Square."
The pontiff, who was born in Buenos Aires on December 17, 1936, is Latin America's first pope.
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