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Candomblé Bantu (also called Candomblé Batuque or Angola) is one of the major branches (nations) of the Candomblé religious belief system. It developed in the Portuguese Empire among Kongo slaves who spoke Bantu (Kikongo and Kimbundo) languages.
- Nkosi Mukumbe
- Angorô and Angoroméa
- Lembá Dilê
- Ritos de Angola (in Portuguese)
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