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  • The culture of Barbados

    9th of December 2021 04:55:27 AM

    The culture of Barbados comes from a blend of West African and British cultures. Music and dance are both important in Barbados. The most popular styles of music are calypso, reggae, spouge, and soca, and often contain some elements of indigenous styles. Now contemporary and world music are also popular.…

    Barbados

    Brief History The first indigenous inhabitants of Barbados were the Amerindians who had come from Venezuela. They were called the Arawaks, and in 1200 they were conquered by the Caribs. Later Portuguese came to Barbados from Brazil, they called the island Los Barbados (bearded-ones) presumably because the islands fig trees...

  • Bahamian culture

    8th of December 2021 06:16:08 AM

    The Bahamas has a distinct culture that has developed over generations. It is influenced by a mix of primarily African, European, and American cultures. Music is a key part of Bahamian culture. The Bahamas has three indigenous forms of music and dance: Goombay, Rake ‘n’ Scrape, and Junkanoo. Read more here…

    The Bahamas

    Brief History As early as 300 to 400 AD, people from Cuba migrated to The Bahamas and lived on seafood. Then from around 900-1500 AD, the Lucayan people settled on the islands. When Christopher Colombus arrived in the New World in 1492, there were about 40,000 Lucayans residing in The...

  • East Indian live in Belize

    7th of December 2021 05:12:40 AM

    Many different ethnic groups, including Creole, European, Garifuna, Asian, Mayan, Mestizo, and East Indian live in Belize, making the culture very diverse. Each of these very different cultures has their own things to add to Belize, making it unique. Belize has more in common with its Caribbean island neighbours than…

    Belize

    Brief History The history of Belize dates back thousands of years to the time of the Mayans. The Mayans were an advanced civilization, they were skilled in mathematics, created their own calendar, and came up with the concept of the zero. The Mayans spread in the area that is now...

  • The culture of Argentina

    6th of December 2021 08:26:29 AM

    The culture of Argentina is heavily influenced on the Spanish culture, as it was the Spanish that colonized the land and region. The culture also has ties to the Italian culture, as this culture is also closely tied to the Spanish culture. The culture in general is called Latin, or…

    Argentina

    Brief History Officially known as Republica Argentina in Spanish, Argentina has a long history, dating way back to the Palaeolithic period, to when there was the first recording of a human presence.  By the time the Spanish came to conquer in the early 16th century there was not the many native...

  • 9 Spire Sun

    19th of November 2021 07:27:27 AM

    The national flag of Antigua and Barbuda consists of a red foreground, and a yellow, black, blue and white background. The red V stands for the victory, and the energy of its people. With the yellow 9 spire sun, standing for sun, with blue for sea and white for sand.…

    Antigua And Barbuda

    Brief History Officially known as Antigua and Barbuda, the island nation is made up of two main islands, Antigua and Barbuda. It was the great explorer Christopher Columbus on one of his voyages to the region in 1493 that he first sighted the islands that are now Antigua and Barbuda....