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  • Santería rites practiced much as they were during times of slavery in Cuba

    The Sociedad Santa Bárbara in Palmira serves as a living museum, a repository of history and current spiritual belief where the rites of the Lucumí religion, popularly known as Santería, are practiced much as they were during the times of slavery in Cuba.

Santería rites practiced much as they were during times of slavery in Cuba

The Sociedad Santa Bárbara in Palmira serves as a living museum, a repository of history and current spiritual belief where the rites of the Lucumí religion, popularly known as Santería, are practiced much as they were during the times of slavery in Cuba.
Al Diaz The Miami Herald