La culture texane reflète la diversité de la population et l’histoire de l’État.

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  • La culture texane reflète la diversité de la population et l’histoire de l’État. Elle est le fruit du mélange de multiples traditions : Amérindiennes : les traces de la culture amérindienne se lisent dans les noms des villes (Waco, Nacogdoches), la cuisine, l'histoire Hispaniques et mexicaines : le passé colonial se manifeste dans le nom (San Antonio, El Paso, etc.) la structure de certaines villes (plaza, presidio, mision, pueblo), dans la langue, la religion (catholicisme), la cuisine ; la culture liée au ranching est également un leg hispanique (rodeo, lasso, costume, animaux élevés, etc.). Anglo-saxon : dans la langue, les institutions Afro-américain : le Texas fait partie du Dixie (sud des États-Unis). On retrouve des traits communs au sud des États-Unis dans la population, la gastronomie et la musique.
  • The culture of Texas can be generally be described as a melting pot of "Southern" (Dixie) and "Southwestern" culture, with pockets of ethnic group town and settlements in many locations. Individually speaking, these features can be said to exist more strongly in some parts of the state than in others. East Texas is often considered to be the western extension of the Deep South, while far West Texas is likened to the interior Southwest. South Texas, roughly south of I-10 to the Mexican border, has a distinctive Mexican-influenced culture. In Central Texas and parts of North Texas many locales have German names and the descendants of the original European settlers still maintain some of the old country traditions.
  • La cultura dello Stato del Texas (Stati Uniti d'America) riflette la diversa composizione della popolazione e la storia dello Stato. È il risultato di una mescolanza delle tradizioni del Sud degli Stati Uniti, del Messico e dell’Europa, gli antichi coloni. Si individuano ugualmente differenze regionali all'interno di questo vasto Stato del Sun Belt, inoltre coinfluiscono anche gli stati centrali statunitensi.
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  • La culture texane reflète la diversité de la population et l’histoire de l’État.
  • La cultura dello Stato del Texas (Stati Uniti d'America) riflette la diversa composizione della popolazione e la storia dello Stato. È il risultato di una mescolanza delle tradizioni del Sud degli Stati Uniti, del Messico e dell’Europa, gli antichi coloni. Si individuano ugualmente differenze regionali all'interno di questo vasto Stato del Sun Belt, inoltre coinfluiscono anche gli stati centrali statunitensi.
  • The culture of Texas can be generally be described as a melting pot of "Southern" (Dixie) and "Southwestern" culture, with pockets of ethnic group town and settlements in many locations. Individually speaking, these features can be said to exist more strongly in some parts of the state than in others. East Texas is often considered to be the western extension of the Deep South, while far West Texas is likened to the interior Southwest.
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  • Culture du Texas
  • Cultura del Texas
  • Culture of Texas
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