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St. Lucia's culture combines French, British, Native, and African roots

Cultural Concoction

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Since the discovery of the first European Village. Lucia, the power of the island passed between many hands, and every inhabitant of the island, has contributed to the creation of a unique culture. Amerindian culinary species is only in the beginning of the cultural diversity you'll find it here.


While the British held the political power on the island and there are a lot of other cultural influences in St Lucia. The remains of the French army, during the course of the island, are found all over the place, from the words of the language.


Roots And Culture

The indians, who dwelt on the island of St. Lucia grew cassava, yams, and sweet potatoes. In these cultures, as well as with the local fish make up a large part of the local food and local fruits and vegetables, on them has a strong Western India. However, for you to have the eastern part of the Indian cuisine has also left its mark on the camera interface.


The british adopted the language of education, and the judicial structure of the island. However, these elements are strongly influenced by the culture of African slaves and a French, who for 150 years and fought with the British for control of the island.


French, art, music, and dance, have a strong impact on the culture as well, but their most talked about offering is the language of the island. A French patois is standing next to in English, which is the official language of the island.


However, the influence of the African culture, the most in the history of the island. West African slaves brought their own culture from Africa and worked to preserve it, in part, because they are by far the largest group on the island.


The Power Of Names

C. Lucia is a small, but his contribution to the world is a pretty big one. This is a small island in the west indies it has to offer, not just one, but two Nobel Prize winners. 1979. in the 2014-2014, Sir W. Arthur Lewis, the first winner of the nobel peace prize for Their. Lucia, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in economics. A little more than 10 years later, in 1992. in the 2006-2007 school, Derek Walcott received the Nobel Prize for Literature. However, there are other reasons to visit the island.


St. Lucia is also widely known for its annual Jazz Festival, where artists from all over the world come to play in and enjoy the best in jazz. The festival has grown from humble origins in 1991. within a year it became the world's top cultural events, the St. Lucia Jazz's name so that they can compete on its own merits.


With so much to explore, it's easy to see him as a Saint. Lucia reputation in the unique, to Browse the vacation spot. His controversial past has created a cultural melting pot that is sure to surprise you. 




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