Trinidad, Cuba's best-preserved colonial town

Templo de Santería Yemayá, Trinidad

The Santería altar to Yemayá, Goddess of the Sea, laden with myriad offerings of fruit, water and stones, in the Casa Templo de Santería Yemayá in Trinidad, a house dedicated to Regla de Ocha (also known as Santería, Cuba’s main religion of African origin).

Photo by Ludo Kuipers, Sat Feb 27, 2016
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