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Santeria Ceremonies in Cuba - 03 Jan 2007
Santeria Ceremonies in Cuba - 03 Jan 2007
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January 02, 2007
A doll dressed in white in accordance with the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria is reflected in a mirror...
Havana, Cuba
A man listens to the "Letter of the Year" in Havana
A doll dressed in white in accordance with the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria is reflected in a mirror as a man listens as the "Letter of the Year," predictions for the year 2007, is read in Havana January 2, 2007. High priests of Cuba's dominant Afro-Cuban religion declined to speculate on the health of the nation's ailing leader Fidel Castro in their annual prognostications on Tuesday, but they predicted economic reforms improving deficient food supplies in 2007 and urged more oil exploration. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/SANTERIA
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January 02, 2007
A man stands near an altar with glasses of water and herbs as the "Letter of the Year," predictions for...
Havana, Cuba
A man stands near an altar with glasses of water and herbs as the "Letter of the Year," is read in Havana...
A man stands near an altar with glasses of water and herbs as the "Letter of the Year," predictions for the year 2007, is read in Havana January 2, 2007. High priests of Cuba's dominant Afro-Cuban religion declined to speculate on the health of the nation's ailing leader Fidel Castro in their annual prognostications on Tuesday, but they predicted economic reforms improving deficient food supplies in 2007 and urged more oil exploration. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
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January 03, 2007
Babalawos, or high priests of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion, pour rum over the hands of a high priestess...
Havana, Cuba
High priests of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion pour rum over the hands of a high priestess during a Santeria...
Babalawos, or high priests of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion, pour rum over the hands of a high priestess during a Santeria ceremony in Havana January 2, 2007. Picture taken January 2, 2007. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
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January 03, 2007
A babalawo, or high priest of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion, arranges pieces of coconut on the floor...
Havana, Cuba
High priest of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion arranges pieces of coconut on the floor as a "client" holds...
A babalawo, or high priest of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion, arranges pieces of coconut on the floor as a "client" holds a live chicken as an offering to the dead during a Santeria ceremony in Havana January 2, 2007. Picture taken January 2, 2007. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/SANTERIA
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January 02, 2007
Followers of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria listen as the "Letter of the Year," predictions for the...
Havana, Cuba
Followers of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria listen as the "Letter of the Year," is read in Havana
Followers of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria listen as the "Letter of the Year," predictions for the year 2007, is read in Havana January 2, 2007. High priests of Cuba's dominant Afro-Cuban religion declined to speculate on the health of the nation's ailing leader Fidel Castro in their annual prognostications on Tuesday, but they predicted economic reforms improving deficient food supplies in 2007 and urged more oil exploration. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/SANTERIA
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January 02, 2007
A woman reads the "Letter of the Year," predictions for the year 2007, hung up on a wall outside a house...
Havana, Cuba
A woman reads the "Letter of the Year," predictions for the year 2007, hung up on a wall outside a house...
A woman reads the "Letter of the Year," predictions for the year 2007, hung up on a wall outside a house in Havana, January 2, 2007. High priests of Cuba's dominant Afro-Cuban religion declined to speculate on the health of the nation's ailing leader Fidel Castro in their annual prognostications on Tuesday, but they predicted economic reforms improving deficient food supplies in 2007 and urged more oil exploration. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
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January 03, 2007
A babalawo, or high priest of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion, sprays rum on the neck of a fellow babalawo...
Havana, Cuba
High priest of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion sprays rum on the neck of a fellow high priest during a...
A babalawo, or high priest of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion, sprays rum on the neck of a fellow babalawo during a Santeria ceremony in Havana January 2, 2007. Picture taken January 2, 2007. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
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January 03, 2007
Babalawos, or high priests of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion, smoke during a Santeria ceremony in Havana...
Havana, Cuba
High priests of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion smoke during a Santeria ceremony in Havana
Babalawos, or high priests of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion, smoke during a Santeria ceremony in Havana January 2, 2007. Picture taken January 2, 2007. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/SANTERIA
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January 02, 2007
Dolls are placed underneath a mirror in accordance of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria while followers...
Havana, Cuba
Dolls are placed underneath a mirror in accordance of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria while followers...
Dolls are placed underneath a mirror in accordance of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria while followers listen as the "Letter of the Year," predictions for the year 2007, is read in Havana January 2, 2007. High priests of Cuba's dominant Afro-Cuban religion declined to speculate on the health of the nation's ailing leader Fidel Castro in their annual prognostications on Tuesday, but they predicted economic reforms improving deficient food supplies in 2007 and urged more oil exploration. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
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January 03, 2007
A live chicken lies in front of a plate with pieces of coconut as an offering to the dead during a Santeria...
Havana, Cuba
A live chicken lies in front of a plate with pieces of coconut as an offering to the dead during a Santeria...
A live chicken lies in front of a plate with pieces of coconut as an offering to the dead during a Santeria ceremony in accordance with the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion in Havana January 2, 2007. Picture taken January 2, 2007. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/SANTERIA
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January 02, 2007
Followers of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria listen as the "Letter of the Year," predictions for the...
Havana, Cuba
Followers of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria listen as the "Letter of the Year," is read in Havana
Followers of the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria listen as the "Letter of the Year," predictions for the year 2007, is read in Havana January 2, 2007. High priests of Cuba's dominant Afro-Cuban religion declined to speculate on the health of the nation's ailing leader Fidel Castro in their annual prognostications on Tuesday, but they predicted economic reforms improving deficient food supplies in 2007 and urged more oil exploration. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
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January 03, 2007
A babalawo, or high priest of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion, holds a live chicken in front of a plate...
Havana, Cuba
High priest of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion holds a live chicken in front of a plate with pieces of...
A babalawo, or high priest of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion, holds a live chicken in front of a plate with pieces of coconut as an offering to the dead during a Santeria ceremony in Havana January 2, 2007. Picture taken January 2, 2007. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
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January 03, 2007
A babalawo, or high priest of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion, sprinkles chicken blood on a plate with...
Havana, Cuba
A high priest of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion sprinkles chicken blood on a plate with pieces of coconut...
A babalawo, or high priest of the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religion, sprinkles chicken blood on a plate with pieces of coconut as an offering to the dead during a Santeria ceremony in Havana January 2, 2007. Picture taken January 2, 2007. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/SANTERIA
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January 02, 2007
A Cuban woman dressed in white in accordance with the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria listens as the "Letter...
Havana, Cuba
A Cuban woman dressed in white in accordance with the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria listens as the "Letter...
A Cuban woman dressed in white in accordance with the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria listens as the "Letter of the Year," predictions for the year 2007, is read in Havana, January 2, 2007. High priests of Cuba's dominant Afro-Cuban religion declined to speculate on the health of the nation's ailing leader Fidel Castro in their annual prognostications on Tuesday, but they predicted economic reforms improving deficient food supplies in 2007 and urged more oil exploration. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
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