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  • Cet article traite de la culture de l'Angola.
  • The culture of Angola is influenced by several ethnicities which shaped the country.[citation needed] Portugal occupied the coastal enclave Luanda, and later also Benguela, since the 16th/17th centuries, occupied the territory of what today in the 19th/20th centuries, and ruled it until 1975. Both countries share cultural aspects: language (Portuguese) and main religion (Roman Catholic Christianity).[citation needed] However, the Angolan culture is mostly native Bantu which was mixed with Portuguese culture. The diverse ethnic communities with their own cultural traits, traditions and native languages or dialects include the Ovimbundu, Ambundu, Bakongo, Chokwe, and other peoples.[citation needed]
  • La cultura de Angola se encuentra influenciada por todas aquellas etnias que existen en el país.A pesar de su ocupación portuguesa desde el siglo XVI, la cultura angoleña es principalmente nativa, propia del pueblo Bantú, mezclada habitualmente con la cultura portuguesa. Sin embargo, las diversas comunidades étnicas, han conseguido mantener sus propias tradiciones y dialectos como el Ovimbundu, Mbundu, Bakongo o el Chokwe.
  • A cultura de Angola, remonta ao Paleolítico Superior.
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  • Cet article traite de la culture de l'Angola.
  • La cultura de Angola se encuentra influenciada por todas aquellas etnias que existen en el país.A pesar de su ocupación portuguesa desde el siglo XVI, la cultura angoleña es principalmente nativa, propia del pueblo Bantú, mezclada habitualmente con la cultura portuguesa. Sin embargo, las diversas comunidades étnicas, han conseguido mantener sus propias tradiciones y dialectos como el Ovimbundu, Mbundu, Bakongo o el Chokwe.
  • A cultura de Angola, remonta ao Paleolítico Superior.
  • The culture of Angola is influenced by several ethnicities which shaped the country.[citation needed] Portugal occupied the coastal enclave Luanda, and later also Benguela, since the 16th/17th centuries, occupied the territory of what today in the 19th/20th centuries, and ruled it until 1975.
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  • Culture de l'Angola
  • Cultura de Angola
  • Cultura de Angola
  • Culture of Angola
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