Oshún and Shangó Seize the Spirit of El Callejón de Hamel

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Cuban folklore and culture have taken over, once again, the mythical Callejón de Hamel in Havana.

In commemoration of the Day of Cultural Diversity, celebrated on May 21, and the Day of Africa that is celebrated on Thursday 25, the pintorezco habanero corner has provided a party in which there has been no lack of live dancing and music.

“Addé Iré” was the one in charge of immortalizing the dances that symbolize the orishas Shangó (god of thunder, lightning and fire) and Oshún (a devotion associated with love, fertility and rivers), giving the audience there present a moment full of true ancestral energy.

El Callejón de Hamel is located in the heart of the Key West neighborhood, between Hospital and Aramburu streets.

Since it opened its doors in late 1989 and early 1990, this space is considered the Cuban epicenter of African-American roots, as well as a center of interest that brings together the best figures of culture in the country.

Down you can watch the dancers give there all ⬇️

Oshún

#Oshún por "Addé Iré" en el Dia de la Diversidad Cultural y el Dia de Africa

Gepostet von Callejon de Hamel am Dienstag, 22. Mai 2018

#Shangó

#Shangó por "Addé Iré" en el Dia de la Diversidad Cultural y el Dia de Africa.

Gepostet von Callejon de Hamel am Dienstag, 22. Mai 2018

Original Source: CiberCuba