The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in South Korea presents its views

Collectively, culture is a way of life in a given society. Tourism is the vehicle through which this way of life is appreciated.

In Nigeria, culture is manifested in art, dance, language, literature, folklore, mores, music, governance, and even the environment. According to archaeological finds, Nigeria¡¯s artifacts depicting the early life of the people date back to 2000 years. The Nok Culture, the earliest of the finds depicted the early life of the people of the Nok region North of the Benue River. The characteristic features of the Nok culture, which flourished from 500, BC to AD 200 is the terracotta figurines associated with it and the extensive use of iron. The source of the knowledge of an iron technology has been attributed to the civilization of ¡®Meroe¡¯ in what is today the Republic of Sudan, as well as to Carthage in North Africa.

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More at http://www.nigerianembassy.or.kr/culture/culture.asp

 

 

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Cultural Projects Coordinator beginning a new endeavor in Cultural Entrepreneurship.

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