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  1. Dominica Culture: Culture of Dominica, Marie-Elena John, Lgbt Rights in Dominica, Cuisine of Dominica, the Dominica Story, Kont, the Orchid House
  2. Dominica: History of Dominica, Geography of Dominica, Politics of Dominica, Economy of Dominica, Demographics of Dominica, Culture of Dominica, Music of Dominica, Roseau
  3. DOMINICA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by AMY L. PAUGH, 2001
  4. BOUYON KULTUR: CREOLIZATION AND CULTURE IN DOMINICA by ROSEDEIDRE, 2009-01-30
  5. Yet We Survive: The Kalinago People of Dominica - Our Lives in Words and Pictures
  6. Peasants and Capital: Dominica in the World Economy (Johns Hopkins Studies in Atlantic History and Culture) by Professor Michel-Rolph Trouillot, 1988-03-01
  7. The Heritage Dances of Dominica by Daryl Phillip and Gary Smith, 1998
  8. CHARLES, EUGENIA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Encyclopedia of African-American Culture and History, 2nd ed.</i> by V. Barriteau, 2006
  9. Our island culture by Lennox Honychurch, 1988

1. Answers.com - What Did The Carib And Arawak Contributed To Dominica Culture
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2. Dominica Culture
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3. Dominica FYI - Dominica Culture - Art Galleries And Museums On Dominica
Dominica boasts a variety of cultural endeavors, primarily centered around music and festivals, the largest of which is the annual Culturama (formerly known as Carnival).
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Search The Web Search This Site Home About Contact Dominica Culture - Art Galleries and Museums on Dominica Dominica boasts a variety of cultural endeavors, primarily centered around music and festivals, the largest of which is the annual Culturama (formerly known as Carnival). Museum of Nevis History
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The Museum is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 4pm, and on Saturdays from 9am to noon (hours subject to change - please check with the museum before visiting) . The cost of admission is US$5.00 for non-nationals.
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5. Answers.com - How Has Caribs Influence Dominica Culture
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6. Travel In Dominica - Caribbean - America - Culture - WorldTravelGate.net-
Dominica Culture D ominica - a heaven for the ecology sensitive minds. It is an Island inhabited by people speaking the English language.
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Dominica - Culture D ominica - a heaven for the ecology sensitive minds. It is an Island inhabited by people speaking the English language. Please keep in mind that it has nothing to do with the Dominican Republic Everything is here: mountain s and valleys covered with rain forests, exotic fauna and flora , waterfalls roaring down precipitous heights It is these environment attractions that have made hiking, exploring, biking, climbing and other mountain associated sports so popular among Dominica's visitors. Another favourite past-time and major tourist attraction: abundant ship wrecks scattered around the coral reef make this activity irresistible and very rewarding. Click To Go Back

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8. Dominica's Culture: Dance, Dress, Creole Language Carnival And More
The Traditional Cultural aspects of Dominica. Events. Mas Domnik (Feb/Mar) Carnival is an important part of our culture
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Celebrate with us! Read more World Creole Music Festival (Oct/Nov) Three days of Creole Music - concerts and events. Read more Culture Creole Language Our basic introduction the the Kweyol language... read more Traditional Wear Learn about our beautiful traditional dress...

9. World Creole Music Festival Dominica 2006
AfricaSounds presents a preview of the upcoming World Creole Music Festival (2) Dominica Culture Attractions (3) Dominica Lodging Accommodations
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World Creole Music Festival 2006 - Dominica AfricaSounds presents a preview of the upcoming World Creole Music Festival which will take place the last week in October on the island Dominica. We are extremely pleased to be able to share our experiences of our last cultural visit to Dominica with you. We hope this feature and the many photos encourage you to visit the island and experience the hospitality of the people and its unique creole culture. In addition to music festival, we aim to provide you with an insight into cultural attractions and lodging to assist you on your journey. (1) Music Festival Preview

10. Culture Of Dominica - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Dominica is home to a wide range of people. Although it was historically occupied by several native tribes, the Arawaks and Kalinago Carib tribes remained by the time European settlers reached the island. 'Massacre' is a name of a river dedicated to the murders of the Native villagers by French and British settlers, because the river ran red with blood for days. Each (French and British) claimed the island and imported slaves from Africa . The remaining Caribs now live on a 3,700-acre (15 km Carib Territory on the east coast of the island. They elect their own chief. Dominica is often seen as a society that is migrating from collectivism to that of individualism. The economy is a developing one that previously depended on agriculture. Signs of collectivism are evident in the small towns and villages which are spread across the island. Dominican cuisine is similar to that of other Caribbean countries. Common main courses comprise meat (usually chicken, but can be goat, lamb, or beef) covered in sauce. The sauces are either spicy pepper sauces, or concoctions made from local fruit. A huge variety of local fruit, from tamarind to passion fruit, are served on the island, usually in juice or sauce form. Soursop is peeled and eaten raw. Sorrel, a red flower that only blooms around

11. Dominica's Culture - History, Creole Language, Dominica Cuisine, The Carib India
Dominica's Unique Culture Like many Caribbean islands, Dominica has been influenced by different cultures over the course of its history.
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Like many Caribbean islands, Dominica has been influenced by different cultures over the course of its history. Originally inhabited by Arawak and Carib Indians, colonised by Europeans (the English and French in particular), injected with a strong African influence during the 18th century, then flooded with American television in recent years, Dominica's culture is as multi-faceted as the madras fabric worn as traditional dress.
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Cuisine Our cuisine is like our history and culture, an exciting blend which draws heavily from our Creole past. Tropical fruits and vegetables are in abundance, and not surprising for an island, our range of seafood is second to none! Particular delicacies you should try land crabs, our delicious locally grown coffee; and a wide range of local fruit juices. Be sure to take home with you our hot pepper sauce!

12. Photos And Pictures Of Dominica - Culture, Local Flavor, Calibishie Residents |
See photos of Dominica and Calibishie Cove rainforests, waterfalls, beaches, and wildlife
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13. Dominica Cultural Festivals And Music
All of the information on Dominica Create your own personal online profile and start sharing the experience of Dominica Carnival as we head into the celebrations.
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This year, you can publish your carnival photos instantly on the web by emailing your photo to the email address shown here and let your cell phone be the eye of your family, friends and non-Dominicans to experience those wonderful moments of carnival.
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14. DOMINICA Culture And History
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Rosalie Forest / 3 Rivers Eco Lodge, Dominica. At one with nature, secluded and safe in the jungle; A movie tour of the lodge Languages ABOUT DOMINICA Dominica History Local History Dominica Carib Indians ... Local trails
Dominica has a rich culture and a fascinating history. Crole music, with its roots in the French Crole language, was born in Dominica, and is based on rhythmic African cultural musical patterns. Dancers, storytellers, artists and musicians can be found in every village, celebrating the culture with regular performances all over the island. especially during Crole week and Independance Day celebrations in November. Music is all about. The island has a fascinating history , settled first by the Caribs, then by Columbus, and later the British and the French fought several times over the ownership of first Waitukubuli (tall is her body), today known as Dominica. Our local village of Grand Fond has is also stooped in history ; the people are always excited to meet new visitors, and it is an interesting and welcoming place to visit and learn about local cuture. Each year, every village has its own feast, a time for eating, dancing, singing and folk traditions, and there are annual celebrations for Independance, Carnival and the World Crole Music Festival.

15. Dominica Culture Dominica History
Complete, objective information on Dominica travel, including photos and reviews. Add your own wikistyle contributions.
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16. Dominica Culture | Dominica-guide.info
From early history to today's issues, learn more about the amazing island of Dominica.
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The four very different cultures that influenced Dominica can still be seen today
Diverse Dominica Four diverse cultures mingled to create the island culture of Dominica: The native Caribs influenced the British and French settlers who brought slaves from Africa with them. The resulting creole culture is evident in Dominica's food and language, as well as in many other important cultural expressions throughout the island.
Festivals and Music
Like most Caribbean islands, Dominica is home to several important festivals that center around music. Music of every kind can be found on the island, but calypso, reggae, and local folk music are particularly important. Each village on the island has its own village feast, which is a celebration of that village. Village feasts happen throughout the year around the island, but Carnival is an island-wide festival that takes place throughout the Caribbean. Dominica's Carnival celebration is known as Mas Dominik. It occurs before Lent and involves a "jump-up" celebration, as well as street parades and, of course, music. Wild costumes and calypso music are entertaining pieces of the celebration. The annual World Creole Music Festival is held on Dominica each October. During the festival, bands from around the world gather to play Creole music. Many bands hail from Caribbean basin countries such as Haiti and Venezuela, but several groups from Europe have also taken the stage.

17. Business In Dominica Culture In Dominica — Blogs, Pictures, And More On WordPr
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18. Dominica: History, Geography, Government, And Culture — Infoplease.com
Information on Dominica — geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map and the
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19. Dominica - CaribbeanChoice
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20. Dominica: Culture - TripAdvisor
Inside Dominica Culture Before you visit Dominica, visit TripAdvisor for the latest info and advice, written for travelers by travelers.
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