African culture

Timkat; One of the biggest festivals in Ethiopia

Travelers can gain a valuable understanding of Ethiopia’s religion, culture, and traditions by spending time there. Timkat, which honors Christ’s baptism, lasts for three days. The 19th of January is the most significant day since it is when the baptismal vows are renewed and the water is blessTinkatt Epiphany celebrations are held by the Ethiopian […]

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The international Jazz festival, Cape Town, South Africa

  The international Jazz festival, Cape Town, South Africa  An annual music event takes place in Cape Town, South Africa, called the Cape Town International Jazz Festival. The first one, which took place from 2000 to 2005, has seen attendance increase from 14,000 to well over 30,000, making it the fourth-largest jazz festival in the […]

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Annual 10-day celebration of world sacred music, morocco

Annual 10-day celebration of world sacred music, morocco  Festival de Musiques Sacrées du Monde, a 10-day celebration of world sacred music, takes place in the lovely city of Fès in the middle of the summer. Faouzi Skali, a Moroccan philanthropist, founded it in 1994 with the goal of showcasing the variety of spiritual music from […]

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The Essaouira Gnaoua world Music Festival

The Essaouira Gnaoua world Music Festival, commonly known as the Gnaoua World Music Festival, is an annual Gnawa music event held in Essaouira, Morocco. The event offers a stage for musical exchange and conversation between international performers and the mysterious Gnaoua musicians. The Gnaoua Festival is an eclectic music, arts, and culture event in the […]

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The Zanzibar International Film Festival Tanzania has stood the test of time

About 70 domestic and international productions are screened at ZIFF each year, in addition to a dozen supplementary events like workshops, master courses, roundtable discussions, network events, panoramic screenings, and outreach screenings. Typically, the event receives hundreds of visitors from outside Zanzibar and gives out 20 awards chosen by juries of business people. It’s been […]

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See a tribe that is so bothered about beauty that the ugly guys can allow their women mate with more handsome men in other to produce beautiful children

The Cure Salee festival, an annual gathering of the nomadic Wodaabe tribe, marks the end of the rainy season close to the town of Ingall. The Gerewol, a male beauty pageant where young men from the tribe don elaborate costumes and makeup and perform traditional dances, is the festival’s most well-known feature. During this traditional […]

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