By direct influence of the african immigration in Brazil, we have incorporated some strong traits of its culture. The religion could not be out of it and the ceremonies were welcomed as part of our lifes, getting lots of devotees spreaded out there. Axé Ilê Obá is one of the most traditional centers of Candomblé, founded in 1950. The space is managed by a family succetion and has an important role on the process of preservation and empowerment of the Orixás culture and the black movement. Check the calendar to see when it will be the next event or ceremony or just come along to meet new people and have some brand new experiences.
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