Martinique

Angel & France

Martinique

In the Martinique people speak french and creole, a mixture of french and African languages with some Spanish, English ,and Portuguese words
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music

music and dance are an integral part of life in Martinique. A popular saying is that in Martinique tout finit par une chanson. Much of music arises from the time the first Africans were bought as slaves to work in sugar cane fields. The popular dances are biguine,mazurka, and zouk.
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Sights

among the most beautiful sights in Martinique are the yoles rodes or gommiers the traditional fishing boats that are used for racing.people come from all over to see the nautical ballet of these brightly painted boats that are unique to Martinique.
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Carnival

The Carnival is a well-known tradition in french-speaking countries.it is celebrated with parades,music,dancing,feasting,and colorful costumes.
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