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The Samburu are a Nilotic people of north-central Kenya that are related to but distinct from the Maasai. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists who herd mainly cattle but also keep sheep, goats and camels. The name they use for themselves is Lokop or Loikop, a...

The Antanosy are a Malagasy ethnic group who primarily live in the Anosy region of southeastern Madagascar, though there are also Antanosy living near Bezaha, where some of the Antanosy moved after the Merina...

The Merina are the dominant "highlander" Malagasy ethnic group in Madagascar, and one of the country's eighteen official ethnic groups. Their core territory corresponds to the former Antananarivo Province in the center of the...

Igbo culture (Igbo: Ọmenala ndị Igbo) are the customs, practices and traditions of the Igbo people of southeastern Nigeria. It comprises archaic practices as well as new concepts added into the Igbo culture either...

Nouakchott (Arabic: Nuwākshūṭ, originally derived from Berber Nawākšūṭ, "place of the winds")  is the capital and by far the largest city of Mauritania. It is one of the largest cities in the Sahara.The city...

Kouroussa or Kurussa is a town located in northwestern Guinea, and is the capital of Kouroussa Prefecture. As of 2014 it had a population of 39,611 people. A trade center and river port from...

The culture of Sri Lanka has been influenced by many factors, but has managed to retain many of its ancient aspects. Sri Lankan culture has been influenced by its long history and its Buddhist...