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Stock Photo: A young Baiana girl seen during the ritual ceremony in honor to Yemanjá, the Candomblé goddess of the sea, in Cachoeira, Bahia, Brazil, 5 February 2012 Yemanjá, originally from the ancient Yoruba mythology, is one of the most popular ‘orixás’, the deitie. A young Baiana girl seen during the ritual ceremony in honor to Yemanjá, the Candomblé goddess of the sea, in Cachoeira, Bahia, Brazil, 5 February 2012 Yemanjá, originally from the ancient Yoruba mythology, is one of the most popular ‘orixás’
Stock Photo: 1566-1056577 A young Baiana girl seen during the ritual ceremony in honor to Yemanjá, the Candomblé goddess of the sea, in Cachoeira, Bahia, Brazil, 5 February 2012  Yemanjá, originally from the ancient Yoruba mythology, is one of the most popular ‘orixás’, the deitie. A young Baiana girl seen during the ritual ceremony in honor to Yemanjá, the Candomblé goddess of the sea, in Cachoeira, Bahia, Brazil, 5 February 2012  Yemanjá, originally from the ancient Yoruba mythology, is one of the most popular ‘orixás’