- published: 14 May 2014
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mandinka culture in gambia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JK6BoN40E4A
The Gambia culture week is held every year in oslo usually at the end of July
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The Gambian women are playing simple percussion instruments, tapping out the rapid rhythm for the individual dancers to perform to. This happy event is simiilar to that which takes place at a traditional Gambian wedding. A bride-to-be from Bermuda is being entertained, along with her bridesmaids.
The Gambia's National Sport, wrestling (or 'Borreh' as it is commonly known), is similar to Greco-Roman wrestling but with a few twists, so join me in the heath of the fight...(°2000); to know more about The Gambia see ( http://www.visitthegambia.gm/ )
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The Gambia cultural week is held mostly at the end of July every year in Osl
First of all I would like to thank all partipant of this culture ceremony in the Gambia the smiling coast of Africa.... Family, friend love one in all part of the Gambia... #story Place FULLADU BANTANTO.... is a remote village in the Gambia with a maximum distance from the capital city of Banjul (670km) People's of BANTANTO earn their living in farming, an animals rearing Due to the nature of the area.. Just to name few.... CULTURAL ACTIVE..... PEOPLE of bantanto always organised this cultural ceremony annual with they usually invited people's from all over the world... The duration of this activities least for a month... With different programs.... From masquerade,, drumming,,, dancing,, boths men and women in the villages... ..
A wide variety of ethnic groups live in The Gambia with a minimum of intertribal friction, each preserving its own language and traditions. The Mandinka tribe is the largest, followed by the Fula, Wolof, Jola, and Serahule.Here you can see a tradional dance.(°1999) to know more about The Gambia see (http://www.visitthegambia.gm/)
Gambia culture week is held every year at the end of July in Oslo-Norway