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Admin06.09.2021

11 Traditions and Customs Only Brazilians Can Understand

Why is ham eaten on? King Cake is typically eaten on Fat Tuesday, right before the beginning of Lent.
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Admin13.08.2021

South America: Human Geography

The culture of South Africa is very wide and the same has gone enriching in the course of time their different sectors of the society such as the art, the music, the creed, customs and the gastronomy of the country.
Admin22.06.2021

South America Culture

It may have Catholic roots yet is well-known for its extravagant floats and parades, exotic dancers with glittery bikinis, and heaving street parties that begin days or even weeks in advance of the official Carnival date.
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Admin05.08.2021

11 Traditions and Customs Only Brazilians Can Understand

The great thing about the South -- and about food -- is that it's always evolving.
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Admin25.08.2021

An Introduction to South American Food

Southern American English can be divided into different sub-dialects, with speech differing between regions.
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Admin09.07.2021

South America: Human Geography

Cape Town Minstrel Carnival According to the Afrikaans culture and traditions, the festival is known as the Kaapse Klopse.
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Admin26.06.2021

10 Food

Many of our customers live away from their family and familiar ways of life.
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Admin05.09.2021

What traditions do they have in South America?

5 million African Americans left the segregated South for the industrial cities of the Midwest and during the , beginning in World War I and extending to 1970.
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Admin02.08.2021

Culture of the Southern United States

Pimento cheese: Many of us are used to the neon orange store-bought stuff.
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Admin11.06.2021

South America: Human Geography

Ladies put on skirts made from a leather material to show the desire to get pregnant.
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Admin07.07.2021

A Brief Introduction to Latin American Culture, Traditions, and Beliefs

What traditions do they have in South America? You might think there's some complicated religious explanation for this, but it's actually quite simple.
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