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Dancing Devils Mark Corpus Cristi In Venezuela
The descendants of African slaves donned masks and bright red costumes as they danced through the streets of San Francisco de Yare in Venezuela for its annual commemoration of Corpus Cristi.
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Men dressed as a dancing devils perform on the streets in San Francisco de Yare, Venezuela, Thursday, May 30, 2013. The descendants of African slaves donned colorful masks and bright red costumes as they danced through the streets of this small Venezuelan town on Thursday for its annual commemoration of Corpus Christi, a Roman Catholic holiday celebrating the transformation of the body and blood of Christ into bread and wine. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

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Two men dressed in red attend the Corpus Christi celebrations in San Francisco de Yare, Venezuela, Thursday, May 30, 2013. Residents donned colorful masks and bright red costumes as they danced through the streets of this small Venezuelan town on Thursday for its annual commemoration of Corpus Christi, a Roman Catholic holiday celebrating the transformation of the body and blood of Christ into bread and wine. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

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A man dressed as a dancing devil walks alongside a cemetery wall in San Francisco de Yare, Venezuela, Thursday, May 30, 2013. The descendants of African slaves donned colorful masks and bright red costumes as they danced through the streets of this small Venezuelan town on Thursday for its annual commemoration of Corpus Christi, a Roman Catholic holiday celebrating the transformation of the body and blood of Christ into bread and wine. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

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A man holds his devil mask during the Corpus Christi celebrations in San Francisco de Yare, Venezuela, Thursday, May 30, 2013. Residents donned colorful masks and bright red costumes as they danced through the streets of this small Venezuelan town on Thursday for its annual commemoration of Corpus Christi, a Roman Catholic holiday celebrating the transformation of the body and blood of Christ into bread and wine. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

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A young man dressed in red and carrying his devil mask makes his way to the local church to attend the Corpus Christi celebrations in San Francisco de Yare, Venezuela, Thursday, May 30, 2013. Residents donned colorful masks and bright red costumes as they danced through the streets of this small Venezuelan town on Thursday for its annual commemoration of Corpus Christi, a Roman Catholic holiday celebrating the transformation of the body and blood of Christ into bread and wine. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

Dancing Devils Mark Corpus Cristi In Venezuela

The descendants of African slaves donned masks and bright red costumes as they danced through the streets of San Francisco de Yare in Venezuela for its annual commemoration of Corpus Cristi.

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