The Annual world meeting of Gypsies in Camargue, France.

“Vive les Saintes Maries! Vive la Sainte Sara!” The celebrant on the altar, with the garment embroidered with the symbols of the Camargue, stylized profiles of bulls and horses on the cross created by the Marquis de Baroncelli in the early 1900s, calls with a loud voice to prayer, interspersed with songs, in the church-fortress, where the gypsy women are adorning glittering mantles and crowns the statue of Saint Sara, brought out of the crypt always lit by candles, to prepare her for the exit between the streets of Les…

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