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Search results for: Santeria

POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18N8
September 15, 2015
Santeria's sacred symbols are seen in a house during a ceremony to attract spirits of dead ancestors...
Havana, Cuba
Santeria's sacred symbols are seen in a house during a ceremony to attract spirits of dead ancestors...
Santeria's sacred symbols are seen in a house during a ceremony to attract spirits of dead ancestors to ask for guidance in downtown Havana, August 18, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on August 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18N7
September 15, 2015
Gilian Caballero, 8, holds a pigeon for sale used for Santeria rituals in downtown Havana, August 4,...
Havana, Cuba
Gilian Caballero, 8, holds a pigeon for sale used during Santeria rituals in downtown Havana
Gilian Caballero, 8, holds a pigeon for sale used for Santeria rituals in downtown Havana, August 4, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18N5
September 15, 2015
Santeria practitioner Humberto Cuevas (C) undergoes a brief fit of spirit-induced convulsions during...
Havana, Cuba
Santeria practitioner Humberto Cuevas, undergoes a brief fit of spirit-induced convulsions during a ceremony...
Santeria practitioner Humberto Cuevas (C) undergoes a brief fit of spirit-induced convulsions during a ceremony to attract spirits of dead ancestors to ask for guidance in downtown Havana, August 18, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognising the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on August 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18N3
September 15, 2015
A woman dressed in white in accordance with the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria sits at her doorstep in...
Havana, Cuba
A woman dressed in white in accordance with the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria sits at her doorstep in...
A woman dressed in white in accordance with the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria sits at her doorstep in downtown Havana, August 28, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on August 28, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18N2
September 15, 2015
Police officers check a recently robbed shop of Santeria articles in downtown Havana, August 21, 2015....
Havana, Cuba
Police officers check a recently robbed shop of Santeria articles in downtown Havana
Police officers check a recently robbed shop of Santeria articles in downtown Havana, August 21, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on August 21, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18N0
September 15, 2015
A Santeria practioner rests after a ceremony to attract spirits of dead ancestors to ask for guidance...
Havana, Cuba
A Santeria practitioner rests after a ceremony to attract spirits of dead ancestors to ask for guidance...
A Santeria practioner rests after a ceremony to attract spirits of dead ancestors to ask for guidance in downtown Havana, August 18, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on August 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18MY
September 15, 2015
A cactus, believed by Santeria followers to give protection for the house, hangs on the door of a house...
Havana, Cuba
A cactus, believed by Santeria followers to give protection for the house, hangs on the door of a house...
A cactus, believed by Santeria followers to give protection for the house, hangs on the door of a house in downtown Havana, August 28, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on August 28, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18MX
September 15, 2015
Santeria practitioner Lyan Hernandez, 36, (C) undergoes a brief fit of spirit-induced convulsions during...
Havana, Cuba
Santeria practitioner Lyan Hernandez, 36, undergoes a brief fit of spirit-induced convulsions during...
Santeria practitioner Lyan Hernandez, 36, (C) undergoes a brief fit of spirit-induced convulsions during a ceremony to attract spirits of dead ancestors to ask for guidance in downtown Havana, August 18, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on August 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18MW
September 15, 2015
Denis Millares, 7, (C) sleeps as people dance during a ceremony of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria to...
Havana, Cuba
Denis Millares, 7, sleeps as people dance during a ceremony of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria to attract...
Denis Millares, 7, (C) sleeps as people dance during a ceremony of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria to attract spirits of dead ancestors to ask for guidance in downtown Havana, August 18, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on August 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18MV
September 15, 2015
People talk during the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, (not pictured), in celebration for becoming a Santero...
Havana, Cuba
People talk during the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, (not pictured), in celebration for becoming a Santero...
People talk during the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, (not pictured), in celebration for becoming a Santero after passing a year-long rite of passage in the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria, Havana, July 5, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on July 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18MT
September 15, 2015
A girl dressed in white in accordance with the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria stands at her doorstep in...
Havana, Cuba
A girl dressed in white in accordance with the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria stands at her doorstep in...
A girl dressed in white in accordance with the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria stands at her doorstep in downtown Havana, September 8, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on September 8, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18MS
September 15, 2015
Dancers Leannis Ortega, 20, (C), and Nairobis Placers, 20, (L), take part in the party of Yensy Villarreal,...
Havana, Cuba
Dancers take part in the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, in celebration for becoming a Santero after passing...
Dancers Leannis Ortega, 20, (C), and Nairobis Placers, 20, (L), take part in the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, (not pictured), in celebration for becoming a Santero after passing a year-long rite of passage in the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria, Havana, July 5, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on July 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18MQ
September 15, 2015
Santeria believers get some fresh air on a balcony during a ceremony to attract spirits of dead ancestors...
Havana, Cuba
Santeria believers get some fresh air on a balcony during a ceremony to attract spirits of dead ancestors...
Santeria believers get some fresh air on a balcony during a ceremony to attract spirits of dead ancestors to ask for guidance in downtown Havana, August 18, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on August 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18MN
September 15, 2015
Santeria practitioners undergo a brief fit of spirit-induced convulsions during a ceremony to attract...
Havana, Cuba
Santeria practitioners undergo a brief fit of spirit-induced convulsions during a ceremony to attract...
Santeria practitioners undergo a brief fit of spirit-induced convulsions during a ceremony to attract spirits of dead ancestors to ask for guidance in downtown Havana, August 18, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on August 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18MJ
September 15, 2015
Yensy Villarreal, 9, (C), who lives in Miami, dances in the backyard of his home with friends in celebration...
Havana, Cuba
Yensy Villarreal, 9, who lives in Miami, dances in the backyard of his home with friends in celebration...
Yensy Villarreal, 9, (C), who lives in Miami, dances in the backyard of his home with friends in celebration for becoming a Santero after passing a year-long rite of passage in the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria, Havana, July 5, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on July 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18MI
September 15, 2015
Coffeeshop worker Yudi Linares, 37, takes a selfie during the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, (not pictured),...
Havana, Cuba
Coffeeshop worker Yudi Linares, 37, takes a selfie during the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, (not pictured),...
Coffeeshop worker Yudi Linares, 37, takes a selfie during the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, (not pictured), in celebration for becoming a Santero after passing a year-long rite of passage in the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria, Havana, July 5, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on July 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18MG
September 15, 2015
Yensy Villarreal, 9, (C), who lives in Miami, dances in the backyard of his home with friends and his...
Havana, Cuba
Yensy Villarreal, 9, who lives in Miami, dances in the backyard of his home with friends and his mother...
Yensy Villarreal, 9, (C), who lives in Miami, dances in the backyard of his home with friends and his mother (R) in celebration for becoming a Santero after passing a year-long rite of passage in the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria, Havana, July 5, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognising the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on July 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18MF
September 15, 2015
People dance during the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, (not pictured), in celebration for becoming a Santero...
Havana, Cuba
People dance during the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, in celebration for becoming a Santero after passing...
People dance during the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, (not pictured), in celebration for becoming a Santero after passing a year-long rite of passage in the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria, Havana, July 5, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on July 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18MD
September 15, 2015
A woman reacts during the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, (not pictured), in celebration for becoming a...
Havana, Cuba
A woman reacts during the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, in celebration for becoming a Santero after passing...
A woman reacts during the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, (not pictured), in celebration for becoming a Santero after passing a year-long rite of passage in the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria, Havana, July 5, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on July 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18MA
September 15, 2015
Public park caretaker Idalberto Diaz, 55, rests in a bed beside his 6-month-old granddaughter Lia, before...
Havana, Cuba
Public park caretaker Idalberto Diaz, 55, rests in a bed beside his 6-month-old granddaughter Lia, before...
Public park caretaker Idalberto Diaz, 55, rests in a bed beside his 6-month-old granddaughter Lia, before a ceremony in a house known as Cabildo, or religious house by Santeria tradition, in downtown Havana, August 7, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on August 7, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18M8
September 15, 2015
People take part in the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, (not pictured), in celebration for becoming a Santero...
Havana, Cuba
People take part in the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, in celebration for becoming a Santero after passing...
People take part in the party of Yensy Villarreal, 9, (not pictured), in celebration for becoming a Santero after passing a year-long rite of passage in the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria, Havana, July 5, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on July 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18M3
September 15, 2015
Santeria practitioner Adriana Millarez, 26, gets some fresh air during a ceremony to attract spirits...
Havana, Cuba
Santeria practitioner Adriana Millarez, 26, gets some fresh air during a ceremony to attract spirits...
Santeria practitioner Adriana Millarez, 26, gets some fresh air during a ceremony to attract spirits of dead ancestors to ask for guidance in downtown Havana, August 18, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on August 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18M2
September 15, 2015
Santeria practitioner Yuris Landis, a 27-year-old nurse, smokes a cigar during a ceremony of the Afro-Cuban...
Havana, Cuba
Santeria practitioner Yuris Landis, a 27-year-old nurse, smokes a cigar during a ceremony of the Afro-Cuban...
Santeria practitioner Yuris Landis, a 27-year-old nurse, smokes a cigar during a ceremony of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria to attract spirits of dead ancestors to ask for guidance in downtown Havana, August 18, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on August 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18M1
September 15, 2015
People prepare to take part into a ceremony of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria to attract spirits of...
Havana, Cuba
People prepare to take part into a ceremony of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria to attract spirits of...
People prepare to take part into a ceremony of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria to attract spirits of dead ancestors to ask for guidance in downtown Havana, August 18, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on August 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18LZ
September 15, 2015
Offerings for spirits are seen in a house during a Santeria ceremony to attract spirits of dead ancestors...
Havana, Cuba
Offerings for spirits are seen in a house during a Santeria ceremony to attract spirits of dead ancestors...
Offerings for spirits are seen in a house during a Santeria ceremony to attract spirits of dead ancestors to ask for guidance in downtown Havana, August 18, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on August 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18LM
September 15, 2015
Jaimee Vilarino, 3, (L), plays with a mobile phone during a party for Yensy Villarreal, 9, (not pictured),...
Havana, Cuba
Jaimee Vilarino, 3, plays with a mobile phone during a party for Yensy Villarreal, 9, in celebration...
Jaimee Vilarino, 3, (L), plays with a mobile phone during a party for Yensy Villarreal, 9, (not pictured), in celebration for becoming a Santero after passing a year-long rite of passage in the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria, Havana, July 5, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. Picture taken on July 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/SANTERIA
RTS18LK
September 15, 2015
An altar produced for a ceremony of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria to attract spirits of dead ancestors...
Havana, Cuba
An altar produced for a ceremony of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria to attract spirits of dead ancestors...
An altar produced for a ceremony of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria to attract spirits of dead ancestors to ask for guidance is seen in a house in downtown Havana, August 18, 2015. Santeria adherents can only hope the upcoming visit from Pope Francis will somehow nudge the Church toward recognizing the millions of Cubans who identify with both religious traditions. August 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-RELIGION/
RTX1IYA2
July 03, 2015
A woman dressed in white in accordance with the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria walks with an umbrella to...
Havana, Cuba
A woman dressed in white in accordance with the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria walks with an umbrella in...
A woman dressed in white in accordance with the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria walks with an umbrella to shield herself from the sun in Havana, Cuba July 3, 2015. Pope Francis will be visiting Cuba from September 19 to September 22. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
DOMINICAN-RELIGION/
RTR4W24C
April 03, 2015
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in Batey La Higuera village, La Romana April...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in Batey La Higuera village, La Romana
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in Batey La Higuera village, La Romana April 3, 2015. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
DOMINICAN-RELIGION/
RTR4W24A
April 03, 2015
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in Batey La Higuera village, La Romana April...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in Batey La Higuera village, La Romana
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in Batey La Higuera village, La Romana April 3, 2015. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
DOMINICAN-RELIGION/
RTR4W247
April 03, 2015
Women prepare for a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in Batey La Higuera village, La Romana April...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
Women prepare for a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in Batey La Higuera village, La Romana
Women prepare for a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in Batey La Higuera village, La Romana April 3, 2015. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
DOMINICAN-RELIGION/
RTR4W246
April 03, 2015
People takes part in a ritual during a Gaga ceremony in Batey La Higuera village, La Romana April 3,...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
People takes part in a ritual during a Gaga ceremony in Batey La Higuera village, La Romana
People takes part in a ritual during a Gaga ceremony in Batey La Higuera village, La Romana April 3, 2015. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
DOMINICAN-RELIGION/
RTR4W23N
April 03, 2015
Men play the fotuto, a musical instrument, during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
Men play the fotuto, a musical instrument, during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by...
Men play the fotuto, a musical instrument, during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, in La Romana April 3, 2015. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
DOMINICAN-ODDLY/
RTR4W23L
April 03, 2015
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers...
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, in La Romana April 3, 2015. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
DOMINICAN-RELIGION/
RTR4W22L
April 03, 2015
A woman walks near a bonfire in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
A woman walks near a bonfire in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created...
A woman walks near a bonfire in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, in La Romana April 3, 2015. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
DOMINICAN-ODDLY/
RTR4W22D
April 03, 2015
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers...
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, in La Romana April 3, 2015. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
DOMINICAN-RELIGION/
RTR4W224
April 03, 2015
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers...
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, in La Romana April 3, 2015. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
DOMINICAN-RELIGION/
RTR4W223
April 03, 2015
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers...
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, in La Romana April 3, 2015. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
DOMINICAN-RELIGION/
RTR4W222
April 03, 2015
A man takes part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
A man takes part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers...
A man takes part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, in La Romana April 3, 2015. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
DOMINICAN-RELIGION/
RTR4W221
April 03, 2015
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers...
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, in La Romana April 3, 2015. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
DOMINICAN/
RTR3LVDH
April 19, 2014
A participant takes part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
A participant takes part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally...
A participant takes part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, near La Romana April 18, 2014. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
DOMINICAN/
RTR3LVDB
April 19, 2014
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, near La Romana April 18, 2014. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
DOMINICAN/
RTR3LVD7
April 19, 2014
A woman faints as part of a trance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
A woman faints as part of a trance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
A woman faints as part of a trance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, near La Romana April 18, 2014. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
DOMINICAN/
RTR3LVD2
April 19, 2014
Women adjust their outfits as they prepare to take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
Women adjust their outfits as they prepare to take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a...
Women adjust their outfits as they prepare to take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, near La Romana April 18, 2014. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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April 19, 2014
Men play the fotuto, a musical instrument, during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
Men play the fotuto, a musical instrument, during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally...
Men play the fotuto, a musical instrument, during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, near La Romana April 18, 2014. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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A woman takes part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
A woman takes part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
A woman takes part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, near La Romana April 18, 2014. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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A man carries a sword during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
A man carries a sword during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around...
A man carries a sword during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Huguera, near La Romana April 18, 2014. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations.REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, near La Romana April 18, 2014. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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Woman take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
Woman take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
Woman take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, near La Romana April 18, 2014. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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April 19, 2014
Men play the trumpet during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
Men play the trumpet during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around...
Men play the trumpet during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, near La Romana April 18, 2014. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, near La Romana April 18, 2014. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, near La Romana April 18, 2014. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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April 19, 2014
A woman faints as part of a trance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
A woman faints as part of a trance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
A woman faints as part of a trance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, near La Romana April 18, 2014. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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April 19, 2014
A leader of the Gaga ceremony, looks on during a ritual dance in a batey, or a village originally created...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
A leader of the Gaga ceremony, looks on during a ritual dance in a batey, or a village originally created...
A leader of the Gaga ceremony, looks on during a ritual dance in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, near La Romana April 18, 2014. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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April 19, 2014
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, near La Romana April 18, 2014. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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April 19, 2014
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
La Higuera, Dominican Republic
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created...
People take part in a ritual dance during a Gaga ceremony in a batey, or a village originally created by workers around sugar plantations, called Batey La Higuera, near La Romana April 18, 2014. The ceremony, which is a combination of Santeria, Voodoo and Christianity beliefs that is called Gaga and originated in Haiti, is held during Lent and Holy Week especially in areas near sugar cane plantations. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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December 17, 2013
A worshipper smokes a cigar beside a painting in the shrine of Saint Lazarus in the town of Rincon, some...
Rincon, Cuba
A worshipper smokes a cigar beside a painting in the shrine of Saint Lazarus in the town of Rincon
A worshipper smokes a cigar beside a painting in the shrine of Saint Lazarus in the town of Rincon, some 30 km (19 miles) from Havana, some 30 km from Havana December 17, 2013. The annual pilgrimage to one of Cuba's most sacred icons drew thousands of both Roman Catholic believers, and followers of the Afro-Cuban Santeria faith for whom Saint Lazarus also symbolizes the deity of Babalu-Aye, introduced by African slaves brought to Cuba when it was a Spanish colony. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TRAVEL)
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December 17, 2013
A man holds a candle as he crawls as an offering in the shrine of Saint Lazarus in the town of Rincon,...
Rincon, Cuba
A man holds a candle as he crawls as an offering in the shrine of Saint Lazarus in the town of Rincon...
A man holds a candle as he crawls as an offering in the shrine of Saint Lazarus in the town of Rincon, some 30 km (19 miles) from Havana December 17, 2013. The annual pilgrimage to one of Cuba's most sacred icons drew thousands of both Roman Catholic believers, and followers of the Afro-Cuban Santeria faith for whom Saint Lazarus also symbolizes the deity of Babalu-Aye, introduced by African slaves brought to Cuba when it was a Spanish colony. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TRAVEL)
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December 17, 2013
Worshippers arrive to pay homage to the shrine of Saint Lazarus in the town of Rincon, some 30 km (19...
Rincon, Cuba
Worshippers arrive to pay homage to the shrine of Saint Lazarus in the town of Rincon
Worshippers arrive to pay homage to the shrine of Saint Lazarus in the town of Rincon, some 30 km (19 miles) from Havana December 17, 2013. The annual pilgrimage to one of Cuba's most sacred icons drew thousands of both Roman Catholic believers, and followers of the Afro-Cuban Santeria faith for whom Saint Lazarus also symbolizes the deity of Babalu-Aye, introduced by African slaves brought to Cuba when it was a Spanish colony. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TRAVEL)
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December 17, 2013
Worshippers sleep in the shrine of Saint Lazarus in the town of Rincon, some 30 km (19 miles) from Havana,...
Havana, Cuba
Worshippers sleep in the shrine of Saint Lazarus in the town of Rincon
Worshippers sleep in the shrine of Saint Lazarus in the town of Rincon, some 30 km (19 miles) from Havana, December 17, 2013. The annual pilgrimage to one of Cuba's most sacred icons drew thousands of both Roman Catholic believers, and followers of the Afro-Cuban Santeria faith for whom Saint Lazarus also symbolizes the deity of Babalu-Aye, introduced by African slaves brought to Cuba when it was a Spanish colony. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TRAVEL)
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