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Kenyan Culture
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Kenyans are mainly Swahili culture. The Swahili culture is a mixture of cultures Bantu, Arabic and Persian. The East Africa has grown over all the various cultures at the crossroads of Arab, African Black and Asian coasts a little more distant. More recently, Belgians, Germans and of course the United States have left their respective borrowed. That such a German who made the 1st Western conquest of Kilimanjaro at the Tanzanian border, drawn by the Queen of England.

Kenya languages
The 2 official languages of Kenya are English and Swahili. The Swahili language famous acuna matata popularized in the West by the cartoon The Lion King from Disney. The Swahili culture is shared by the populations of the coasts of East Africa, the Swahili word drawing its origins from the Arabic Sahel / sawahil . It therefore means coast or border . But of course there are dialects and local languages in the interior.  

Religion / belief
Kenya is predominantly Mussulman, mainly on the coasts. Minorities are nomreuses and have their say in the country. As for languages and dialects, tribes (masaļ. ..) still have their own rituals.  
Mosque in Kenya, near Nairobi
Mosque in Kenya, near Nairobi

What memories bring back Kenya
Batik, painting on canvas or local roulable and easily transportable. Do not be fooled by the local trinkets ... The guides each have their favorite stop where they are assured of reaching the best percentage, and combined business require? The pressure established vendors like those on the run is important in a country with low income. Know when to say no and set real limits, carrying little cash on you during your outings. little cash, little expense!
trade in ivory of course forbidden. Eben
rare, if not even more expensive reason to doubt ...
Kenya is not (just) a country of masks ...  



 
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