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BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS1GVF0
October 17, 2017
Residents look at an exposed erosion along the boardwalk of Macumba beach after waves washed away the...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Residents look at an exposed erosion along the boardwalk of Macumba beach after waves washed away the...
Residents look at an exposed erosion along the boardwalk of Macumba beach after waves washed away the sand in the weekend storm, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS1GVEU
October 17, 2017
An exposed erosion along the boardwalk of Macumba beach is seen after waves washed away the sand in the...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
An exposed erosion along the boardwalk of Macumba beach is seen after waves washed away the sand in the...
An exposed erosion along the boardwalk of Macumba beach is seen after waves washed away the sand in the weekend storm, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS1GVEQ
October 17, 2017
A kiosk is pictured inside an exposed crater along the boardwalk of Macumba beach after waves washed...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A kiosk is pictured inside an exposed crater along the boardwalk of Macumba beach after waves washed...
A kiosk is pictured inside an exposed crater along the boardwalk of Macumba beach after waves washed away the sand in the weekend storm, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS1GVEP
October 17, 2017
A resident looks at an exposed crater along the boardwalk of Macumba beach after waves washed away the...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A resident looks at an exposed crater along the boardwalk of Macumba beach after waves washed away the...
A resident looks at an exposed crater along the boardwalk of Macumba beach after waves washed away the sand in the weekend storm, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS1GVEO
October 17, 2017
An exposed erosion along the boardwalk of Macumba beach is seen after waves washed away the sand in the...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
An exposed erosion along the boardwalk of Macumba beach is seen after waves washed away the sand in the...
An exposed erosion along the boardwalk of Macumba beach is seen after waves washed away the sand in the weekend storm, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS1GVEL
October 17, 2017
A resident looks at an exposed crater along the boardwalk of Macumba beach after waves washed away the...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A resident looks at an exposed crater along the boardwalk of Macumba beach after waves washed away the...
A resident looks at an exposed crater along the boardwalk of Macumba beach after waves washed away the sand in the weekend storm, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
OLYMPICS-RIO/
RTSL0UM
August 04, 2016
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza holds up the Olympic torch after surfing with it at Praia da Macumba (Macumba...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza holds up the Olympic torch in Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza holds up the Olympic torch after surfing with it at Praia da Macumba (Macumba beach) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil August 4, 2016. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
OLYMPICS-RIO/
RTSL0D1
August 04, 2016
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza holds up the Olympic torch after surfing with it at praia da Macumba (Macumba...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza holds up the Olympic torch after surfing with it at praia da Macumba (Macumba...
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza holds up the Olympic torch after surfing with it at praia da Macumba (Macumba beach) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil August 4, 2016. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
OLYMPICS-RIO/
RTSL0CG
August 04, 2016
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch after surfing with it at praia da Macumba (Macumba...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch after surfing with it at praia da Macumba (Macumba...
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch after surfing with it at praia da Macumba (Macumba beach) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil August 4, 2016. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
OLYMPICS-RIO/
RTSL0CF
August 04, 2016
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch as he surfs at praia da Macumba (Macumba beach)...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch as he surfs at praia da Macumba (Macumba beach)...
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch as he surfs at praia da Macumba (Macumba beach) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil August 4, 2016. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
OLYMPICS-RIO/
RTSL0CE
August 04, 2016
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch as he surfs at praia da Macumba (Macumba beach)...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch as he surfs at praia da Macumba (Macumba beach)...
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch as he surfs at praia da Macumba (Macumba beach) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil August 4, 2016. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
RIO-OLYMPICS/
RTSL0AY
August 04, 2016
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch after surfing with it at praia da Macumba (Macumba...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch after surfing with it at praia da Macumba (Macumba...
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch after surfing with it at praia da Macumba (Macumba beach) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil August 4, 2016. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
RIO-OLYMPICS/
RTSL0A6
August 04, 2016
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch as he surfs at praia da Macumba (Macumba beach)...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch as he surfs at praia da Macumba (Macumba beach)...
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch as he surfs at praia da Macumba (Macumba beach) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil August 4, 2016. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
RIO-OLYMPICS/
RTSL0A5
August 04, 2016
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch as he surfs at praia da Macumba (Macumba beach)...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch as he surfs at praia da Macumba (Macumba beach)...
Brazilian surfer Rico de Souza carries the Olympic torch as he surfs at praia da Macumba (Macumba beach) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil August 4, 2016. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
SPORT SURFING
RTR1JFSQ
November 17, 2006
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza (front) gestures after setting what organisers say is the Guinness...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza gestures in Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza (front) gestures after setting what organisers say is the Guinness World Record for the biggest surfboard at 8.05 m (26.42 feet) on Macumba beach in Rio de Janeiro November 17, 2006. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
SPORT SURFING
RTR1JFSO
November 17, 2006
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza rides a wave in an attempt to set the Guinness World Record for...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza rides a wave in Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza rides a wave in an attempt to set the Guinness World Record for the biggest surfboard at 8.05 m (26.42 feet) on Macumba beach in Rio de Janeiro November 17, 2006. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
SPORT SURFING
RTR1JFSL
November 17, 2006
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza (L) celebrates after setting what organisers claim is the Guinness...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza celebrates in Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza (L) celebrates after setting what organisers claim is the Guinness World Record for the biggest surfboard at 8.05 m (26.42 feet) on Macumba beach in Rio de Janeiro November 17, 2006. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
SPORT SURFING
RTR1JFSH
November 17, 2006
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza rides a wave in an attempt to set the Guinness World Record for...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza rides a wave in Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza rides a wave in an attempt to set the Guinness World Record for the biggest surfboard at 8.05 m (26.42 feet) on Macumba beach in Rio de Janeiro November 17, 2006. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
SPORT SURFING
RTR1JFSG
November 17, 2006
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza (white t-shirt) prepares before setting what organisers claim...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfing legend, Rico de Souza prepares before setting the Guinness World Record for the biggest...
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza (white t-shirt) prepares before setting what organisers claim is the Guinness World Record for the biggest surfboard at 8.05 m (26.42 feet) on Macumba beach in Rio de Janeiro November 17, 2006. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
SPORT SURFING
RTR1JFSB
November 17, 2006
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza (C) poses before setting what organisers claim is the Guinness...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza poses with a surfboard in Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian surfing legend Rico de Souza (C) poses before setting what organisers claim is the Guinness World Record for the biggest surfboard at 8.05 m (26.42 feet) on Macumba beach in Rio de Janeiro November 17, 2006. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
SPORT SURFING
RTR19IV5
November 18, 2005
Brazilian surfers pose for photographers before an attempt to break the world record for number of surfers...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfers pose for photographers before an attempt to break the world record for number of surfers...
Brazilian surfers pose for photographers before an attempt to break the world record for number of surfers riding the same wave, on Macumba Beach in Rio de Janeiro November 18, 2005. Following analysis of the video tape made during the attempt, a spokesman for the Guinness Book of World Records confirmed that the try was successful with a total of 42 surfers achieving at least the five-second minimum time of surfing the same wave simultaneously, beating the previous record of 38 surfers achieved in Australia in 2002. The group, organized by Brazilian surfing legend, Rico de Souza, who ironically did not manage to take the same wave in time, will attempt to beat their own record on November 19. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
SPORT SURFING
RTR19ITJ
November 18, 2005
Brazilian surfers pose for photographers before an attempt to break the world record for number of surfers...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
razilian surfers pose for photographers before an attempt to break the world record for number of surfers...
Brazilian surfers pose for photographers before an attempt to break the world record for number of surfers riding the same wave, on Macumba Beach in Rio de Janeiro, November 18, 2005. Following analysis of the video tape made during the attempt, a spokesman for the Guinness Book of World Records confirmed that the try was successful with a total of 42 surfers achieving at least the five-second minimum time of surfing the same wave simultaneously, beating the previous record of 38 surfers achieved in Australia in 2002. The group, organized by Brazilian surfing legend, Rico de Souza, who ironically didn't manage to take the same wave in time, will attempt to beat their own record on November 19. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
SPORT SURFING
RTR19IPP
November 18, 2005
Brazilian surfers ride a wave together in an attempt to break the world record for number of surfers...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfers ride a wave together in an attempt to break the world record for number of surfers...
Brazilian surfers ride a wave together in an attempt to break the world record for number of surfers riding the same wave, on Macumba Beach in Rio de Janeiro, November 18, 2005. Following analysis of the video tape made during the attempt, a spokesman for the Guinness Book of World Records confirmed that the try was successful with a total of 42 surfers achieving at least the five-second minimum time of surfing the same wave simultaneously, beating the previous record of 38 surfers achieved in Australia in 2002. The group, organized by Brazilian surfing legend, Rico de Souza, who ironically didn't manage to take the same wave in time, will attempt to beat their own record on November 19. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes PP05110295 ODLY
SPORT SURFING
RTR19IPL
November 18, 2005
Brazilian surfers celebrate after an attempt to break the world record for number of surfers riding the...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian surfers celebrate after an attempt to break the world record for number of surfers riding the...
Brazilian surfers celebrate after an attempt to break the world record for number of surfers riding the same wave, on Macumba Beach in Rio de Janeiro, November 18, 2005. Following analysis of the video tape made during the attempt, a spokesman for the Guinness Book of World Records confirmed that the try was successful with a total of 42 surfers achieving at least the five-second minimum time of surfing the same wave simultaneously, beating the previous record of 38 surfers achieved in Australia in 2002. The group, organized by Brazilian surfing legend, Rico de Souza, who ironically didn't manage to take the same wave in time, will attempt to beat their own record on November 19. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
SPORT SURFING
RTR19IPB
November 18, 2005
A group of 42 Brazilian surfers ride a wave together in an attempt to break the world record for number...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A group of 42 Brazilian surfers ride a wave together in an attempt to break the world record for number...
A group of 42 Brazilian surfers ride a wave together in an attempt to break the world record for number of surfers riding the same wave, on Macumba Beach in Rio de Janeiro, November 18, 2005. Following analysis of the video tape made during the attempt, a spokesman for the Guinness Book of World Records confirmed that the try was successful with a total of 42 surfers achieving at least the five-second minimum time of surfing the same wave simultaneously, beating the previous record of 38 surfers achieved in Australia in 2002. The group, organized by Brazilian surfing legend, Rico de Souza, who ironically didn't manage to take the same wave in time, will attempt to beat their own record on November 19. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
HAVANA
RTR91AE
December 16, 2003
A street vendor sells Cuban Yoruba deities among some Santa Claus figurines near the shrine of Saint...
Havana, Cuba
STREET VENDOR SELLING SAINT FIGURES NEAR ST LAZARUS SHRINE.
A street vendor sells Cuban Yoruba deities among some Santa Claus figurines near the shrine of Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuban Santeria religion, outside of Havana, December 16, 2003. Hundreds of followers of Cuba's Santeria religion celebrate one of their holiest saints while walking for days to obtain relief from dreadful diseases or to fullfil promises for granted wishes. Santeria is another name for a widespread African-origin religion that is called Voodoo in Haiti and New Orleans and Macumba in Brazil. Due to strong and devious influence of Catholic Spanish-speaking slave masters during colonial times, most of the Yoruba slaves began to identify Yoruba Deities with Christian God and Saints of the Catholic Church. PICTURE TAKEN DECEMBER 16 REUTERS/Claudia Daut REUTERS CD
HAVANA
RTR91A8
December 16, 2003
A Cuban pilgrim sits on a sidewalk near the shrine of Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria...
Havana, Cuba
CUBAN PILGRIM SITTING ON SIDEWALK NEAR ST LAZARUS SHRINE.
A Cuban pilgrim sits on a sidewalk near the shrine of Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria religion, outside of Havana, December 16, 2003. Hundreds of followers of Cuba's Santeria religion celebrate one of their holiest saints while walking for days to obtain relief from dreadful diseases or to fullfil promises for granted wishes. Santeria is another name for a widespread African-origin religion that is called Voodoo in Haiti and New Orleans and Macumba in Brazil. Due to strong and devious influence of Catholic Spanish-speaking slave masters during colonial times, most of the Yoruba slaves began to identify Yoruba Deities with Christian God and Saints of the Catholic Church. PICTURE TAKEN DECEMBER 16 REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD/AS
HAVANA
RTR91A1
December 16, 2003
A Cuban pilgrim lies on the ground next to a statue of Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria...
Havana, Cuba
CUBAN PILGRIM LYING ON GROUND WHILE TRYING TO REACH ST LAZARUS SHRINE.
A Cuban pilgrim lies on the ground next to a statue of Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria religion while trying to reach the saint's shrine outside of Havana, December 16, 2003. Hundreds of followers of Cuba's Santeria religion celebrate one of their holiest saints while walking for days to obtain relief from dreadful diseases or to fullfil promises for granted wishes. Santeria is another name for a widespread African-origin religion that is called Voodoo in Haiti and New Orleans and Macumba in Brazil. Due to strong and devious influence of Catholic Spanish-speaking slave masters during colonial times, most of the Yoruba slaves began to identify Yoruba Deities with Christian God and Saints of the Catholic Church.PICTURE TAKEN DECEMBER 16 REUTERS/Claudia Daut REUTERS CD
HAVANA
RTR919U
December 16, 2003
A Cuban pilgrim adjusts a candle with his toes while dragging himself on a road to the shrine of Saint...
Havana, Cuba
CUBAN PILGRIM HOLDING CANDLE WITH HIS TOES AS HE TRIES TO REACH ST LAZARUS SHRINE.
A Cuban pilgrim adjusts a candle with his toes while dragging himself on a road to the shrine of Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria religion outside of Havana, December 16, 2003. Hundreds of followers of Cuba's Santeria religion celebrate one of their holiest saints while walking for days to obtain relief from dreadful diseases or to fullfil promises for granted wishes. Santeria is another name for a widespread African-origin religion that is called Voodoo in Haiti and New Orleans and Macumba in Brazil. Due to strong and devious influence of Catholic Spanish-speaking slave masters during colonial times, most of the Yoruba slaves began to identify Yoruba Deities with Christian God and Saints of the Catholic Church. PICTURE TAKEN DECEMBER 16 REUTERS/Claudia Daut REUTERS CD
HAVANA
RTR919O
December 16, 2003
Passerbys donate money for Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye as a Cuban pilgrim with a rock attached to his...
Havana, Cuba
PEOPLE GIVING MONEY FOR SAINT AS CUBAN PILGRIM SITS ON ROAD.
Passerbys donate money for Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye as a Cuban pilgrim with a rock attached to his ankle rests on a road outside of Havana, December 16, 2003. Hundreds of followers of Cuba's Santeria religion celebrate one of their holiest saints while walking for days trying to reach the shrine of Saint Lazarus to obtain relief from dreadful diseases or to fullfil promises for granted wishes. Santeria is another name for a widespread African-origin religion that is called Voodoo in Haiti and New Orleans and Macumba in Brazil. Due to strong and devious influence of Catholic Spanish-speaking slave masters during colonial times, most of the Yoruba slaves began to identify Yoruba Deities with Christian God and Saints of the Catholic Church. PICTURE TAKEN DECEMBER 16 REUTERS/Claudia Daut REUTERS CD
HAVANA
RTR919I
December 16, 2003
Cuban pilgrims enter the shrine of Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuban Santeria religion while carrying...
Havana, Cuba
CUBAN PILGRIMS ENTERING SHRINE OF SAINT LAZARUS.
Cuban pilgrims enter the shrine of Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuban Santeria religion while carrying flowers, cigars or purple candles as offerings, outside of Havana, December 16, 2003. Hundreds of followers of Cuba's Santeria religion celebrate one of their holiest saints while walking for days to obtain relief from dreadful diseases or to fullfil promises for granted wishes. Santeria is another name for a widespread African-origin religion that is called Voodoo in Haiti and New Orleans and Macumba in Brazil. Due to strong and devious influence of Catholic Spanish-speaking slave masters during colonial times, most of the Yoruba slaves began to identify Yoruba Deities with Christian God and Saints of the Catholic Church. PICTURE TAKEN DECEMBER 16 REUTERS/Claudia Daut REUTERS CD
HAVANA
RTR919B
December 16, 2003
A Cuban pilgrim kisses a figurine of Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria Religion on a road...
Havana, Cuba
PILGRIM HOLDING BASKET WITH SAINTS DURING PILGRIMAGE.
A Cuban pilgrim kisses a figurine of Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria Religion on a road outside of Havana, December 16, 2003. Hundreds of followers of Cuba's Santeria religion celebrate one of their holiest saints while walking for days trying to reach the shrine of Saint Lazarus to obtain relief from dreadful diseases or to fullfil promises for granted wishes. Santeria is another name for a widespread African-origin religion that is called Voodoo in Haiti and New Orleans and Macumba in Brazil. Due to strong and devious influence of Catholic Spanish-speaking slave masters during colonial times, most of the Yoruba slaves began to identify Yoruba Deities with Christian God and Saints of the Catholic Church. PICTURE TAKEN DECEMBER 16 REUTERS/Claudia Daut REUTERS CD
HAVANA
RTR9195
December 16, 2003
A Cuban pilgrim sits on a sidewalk near the shrine of Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria...
Havana, Cuba
CUBAN PILGRIM SITTING ON SIDEWALK NEAR ST LAZARUS SHRINE.
A Cuban pilgrim sits on a sidewalk near the shrine of Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria religion, outside of Havana, December 16, 2003. Hundreds of followers of Cuba's Santeria religion celebrate one of their holiest saints while walking for days to obtain relief from dreadful diseases or to fullfil promises for granted wishes. Santeria is another name for a widespread African-origin religion that is called Voodoo in Haiti and New Orleans and Macumba in Brazil. Due to strong and devious influence of Catholic Spanish-speaking slave masters during colonial times, most of the Yoruba slaves began to identify Yoruba Deities with Christian God and Saints of the Catholic Church. PICTURE TAKEN DECEMBER 16 REUTERS/Claudia Daut REUTERS CD
HAVANA
RTR918V
December 16, 2003
A Cuban pilgrim spits rum on the road for purification before continuing his way to the shrine of Saint...
Havana, Cuba
CUBAN PILGRIM SPITTING RUM ON ROAD FOR PURIFICATION.
A Cuban pilgrim spits rum on the road for purification before continuing his way to the shrine of Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuban Santeria religion, outside of Havana, December 16, 2003. Hundreds of followers of Cuba's Santeria religion celebrate one of their holiest saints while walking for days to obtain relief from dreadful diseases or to fullfil promises for granted wishes. Santeria is another name for a widespread African-origin religion that is called Voodoo in Haiti and New Orleans and Macumba in Brazil. Due to strong and devious influence of Catholic Spanish-speaking slave masters during colonial times, most of the Yoruba slaves began to identify Yoruba Deities with Christian God and Saints of the Catholic Church. PICTURE TAKEN DECEMBER 16 REUTERS/Claudia Daut REUTERS CD/AS
CUBA SAINT LAZARUS
RTR8Y9H
December 16, 2003
A Cuban pilgrim drags himself along on his knees as he is supported by his children while trying to reach...
Havana, Cuba
PILGRIM DRAGGING HIMSELF ON KNEES WHILE SUPPORTED BY HIS CHILDREN.
A Cuban pilgrim drags himself along on his knees as he is supported by his children while trying to reach Saint Lazarus' shrine or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria religion outside of Havana, December 16, 2003. Hundreds of followers of Cuba's Santeria religion celebrate one of their holiest saints while walking for days to obtain relief from dreadful diseases or to fulfill promises for granted wishes. Santeria is another name for a widespread African-origin religion that is called Vodoo in Haiti and New Orleans and Macumba in Brazil. Due to strong and devious influence of Catholic Spanish-speaking slave masters during colonial times, most of the Yoruba slaves began to identify Yoruba Deities with Christian God and Saints of the Catholic Church. PICTURE TAKEN DECEMBER 16 REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD
CUBA SAINT LAZARUS
RTR8Y9A
December 16, 2003
Cuban pilgrims raise their arms to Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria religion, at the shrine...
Havana, Cuba
CUBAN PILGRIMS PRAY AT SAINT LAZARUS SHRINE.
Cuban pilgrims raise their arms to Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria religion, at the shrine of Saint Lazarus outside of Havana, December 16, 2003. Hundreds of followers of Cuba's Santeria religion celebrate one of their holiest saints while walking for days to obtain relief from dreadful diseases or to fulfill promises for granted wishes. Santeria is another name for a widespread African-origin religion that is called Voodoo in Haiti and New Orleans and Macumba in Brazil. Due to strong and devious influence of Catholic Spanish-speaking slave masters during colonial times, most of the Yoruba slaves began to identify Yoruba Deities with Christian God and Saints of the Catholic Church. PICTURE TAKEN DECEMBER 16 REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD
CUBA SAINT LAZARUS
RTR8Y90
December 16, 2003
A Cuban boy holds a statue of Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria religion while trying to...
Havana, Cuba
CUBAN BOY HOLDS ST LAZARUS STATUE DURING PILGRIMAGE.
A Cuban boy holds a statue of Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria religion while trying to reach the shrine of Saint Lazarus outside of Havana, December 16, 2003. Hundreds of followers of Cuba's Santeria religion celebrate one of their holiest saints while walking for days to obtain relief from dreadful diseases or to fulfill promises for granted wishes. Santeria is another name for a widespread African-origin religion that is called Voodoo in Haiti and New Orleans and Macumba in Brazil. Due to strong and devious influence of Catholic Spanish-speaking slave masters during colonial times, most of the Yoruba slaves began to identify Yoruba Deities with Christian God and Saints of the Catholic Church. PICTURE TAKEN DECEMBER 16 REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD
CUBA SAINT LAZARUS
RTR8Y8S
December 16, 2003
A Cuban woman holding a candle prays at Saint Lazarus's shrine or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria religion...
Havana, Cuba
CUBAN PILGRIM PRAYS AT SAINT LAZARUS SHRINE.
A Cuban woman holding a candle prays at Saint Lazarus's shrine or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria religion outside of Havana, December 16, 2003. Hundreds of followers of Cuba's Santeria religion celebrate one of their holiest saints while walking for days to obtain relief from dreadful diseases or to fulfill promises for granted wishes. Santeria is another name for a widespread African-origin religion that is called Vodoo in Haiti and New Orleans and Macumba in Brazil. Due to strong and devious influence of Catholic Spanish-speaking slave masters during colonial times, most of the Yoruba slaves began to identify Yoruba Deities with Christian God and Saints of the Catholic Church. PICTURE TAKEN DECEMBER 16 REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD
CUBA SAINT LAZARUS
RTR8Y8N
December 16, 2003
A Cuban pilgrim holds a basket with the Virgin of Copper, Patron Saint of Cuba or Ochun and Saint Lazarus...
Havana, Cuba
PILGRIM HOLDING BASKET WITH SAINTS DURING PILGRIMAGE.
A Cuban pilgrim holds a basket with the Virgin of Copper, Patron Saint of Cuba or Ochun and Saint Lazarus or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria religion on a road outside of Havana, December 16, 2003. Hundreds of followers of Cuba's Santeria religion celebrate one of their holiest saints while walking for days trying to reach the shrine of Saint Lazarus to obtain relief from dreadful diseases or to fulfill promises for granted wishes. Santeria is another name for a widespread African-origin religion that is called Voodoo in Haiti and New Orleans and Macumba in Brazil. Due to strong and devious influence of Catholic Spanish-speaking slave masters during colonial times, most of the Yoruba slaves began to identify Yoruba Deities with Christian God and Saints of the Catholic Church. PICTURE TAKEN DECEMBER 16 REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD
CUBA SAINT LAZARUS
RTR8Y8E
December 16, 2003
A Cuban pilgrim drags a stone along the road outside of Havana during Saint Lazarus Day or Babalu Aye...
Havana, Cuba
PILGRIM DRAGGING STONE ALONG ROAD TO REACH SHRINE OF SAINT LAZARUS.
A Cuban pilgrim drags a stone along the road outside of Havana during Saint Lazarus Day or Babalu Aye in Cuba's Santeria religion, December 16, 2003. Hundreds of followers of Cuba's Santeria religion celebrate one of their holiest saints while walking for days trying to reach the shrine of St. Lazarus to obtain relief from dreadful diseases or to fulfill promises for granted wishes. Santeria is another name for a widespread African-origin religion that is called Voodoo in Haiti and New Orleans and Macumba in Brazil. Due to strong and devious influence of Catholic Spanish-speaking slave masters during colonial times, most of the Yoruba slaves began to identify Yoruba Deities with Christian God and Saints of the Catholic Church. PICTURE TAKEN DECEMBER 16 REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD
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