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February 14, 2013
A girl looks at a man dressed up as the devil during the 'Congos y Diablos' or Congos and Devils ritual...
Nombre de Dios, Panama
A girl looks at a man dressed up as the devil during the Congos and Devils celebration in Nombre de Dios...
A girl looks at a man dressed up as the devil during the 'Congos y Diablos' or Congos and Devils ritual celebration in Nombre de Dios, 130 km (81 miles) from Panama City February 13, 2013. The Congos symbolize the black slaves while the Devils represent the Spanish colonizers. During Ash Wednesday annually, Congos, descendants of Africans who escaped slavery after their arrival in Panama during the Spanish colonization, would celebrate the triumph of good over evil with a wild mix of music and dance all along Panama's Caribbean coast. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION ANNIVERSARY)
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