A man masquerade like “Mandinga” walks, before the Carnival Parade, at the avenue by the sea of Mindelo’s bay, 2007.
The “Mandingas” were members of African continent groups also used as slaves in Cape Verde. They rumble the streets chaotically playing with the audience, generally they are from the poorer strata of the population.
 (image by Luis Costa)
A man masquerade like “Mandinga” walks, before the Carnival Parade, at the avenue by the sea of Mindelo’s bay, 2007. The “Mandingas” were members of African continent groups also used as slaves in Cape Verde. They rumble the streets chaotically playing with the audience, generally they are from the poorer strata of the population.
©Luis Costa
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