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Côte d’Ivoire-Culture

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Isha Kundlas

on 1 October 2015

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Transcript of Côte d’Ivoire-Culture

Ivorian's often celebrate past events through a colourful parade or performance. With a decent amount of people being Muslim, religious events or holidays associated with Islam are widely known. Let us take a look into the world of celebrations.
Holidays and Festivals
Customs and Traditions
Language
$1.25
Monday, February 17, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Food
Beliefs
Culture
Attieke
Kedjenou
Aloko
Yam fries
Mango dessert
Ginger beer
Carnival in Bouaké
Fêtes des Masques:
There are also holiday which allow people to gather their family and do any rituals or customs, for example Christmas, Ramadan, Eid etc.
Gift giving
Shaking hands
Clothing:
Traditional Pagnes
Blue Jeans
T-shirt
Patterned Robe
Head Scarf
Arts and literature
Sports
Music
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