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FESTIVAL DU SAHARA-A CELEBRATION OF RICH CULTURAL HERITAGE OF DESERT-DWELLING COMMUNITIES

The Festival du Sahara, also known as the Festival of the Sahara, is a vibrant and culturally rich event held annually in Douz, a town located at the gateway to the Sahara Desert in Tunisia. This festival, often regarded as one of North Africa’s most significant cultural celebrations, brings together nomadic communities and visitors from …

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KUOMBOKA FESTIVAL-THE FAMOUS CEREMONY AMONG THE LOZI PEOPLE OF ZAMBIA

The Kuomboka festival is  one of the most famous and culturally significant traditional ceremonies in Zambia which dates back over 300 years, making it a deeply rooted tradition among the Lozi people, passed down through generations, and holds immense historical and cultural importance for the community. Kuomboka, which means “to get out of water,” marks …

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CHALE WOTE STREET FESTIVAL-THE STAGE FOR COLORFUL STREET ART,DANCE AND MUSIC IN GHANA

Chale wote street festival is one of  Ghana’s most popular and most celebrated festivals. It began as a community gathering many years ago in Jamestown , Accra with a mission to encourage a sustainable creative industry through local visual arts, music, dance, film, fashion and performances. The roots for Chale Wote go back to 2009 …

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