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Parque Nacional Tayrona, or Tayrona National Park in English, is a beautiful natural reserve on the north coast of Colombia. Caribbean beaches, lush forest, nature and indigenous communities mean there are a lot of things to do in Tayrona!


It’s Thanksgiving which means tables decorated with tiny porcelain figures of Native Americans sharing corn with pilgrims. It’s a holiday about being grateful, coming together, and being at peace but...

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TOP 10 Indigenous Tribes of the Arctic

The Komi are indigenous peoples in northeastern Russia. The name “Komi” comes from the word “kam” meaning “large river” referring to the fact that they live around the basins of the Vychegda, Pechora and Kama rivers. They are the native inhabitants of the Komi Republic which was established in 1992. There are many lakes and rivers in the region, therefore the waterways were the main routes of transportation and communication.


Hatshepsut - Foremost of Noble Ladies was the fifth pharaoh of the eighteenth dynasty of Ancient Egypt. She is generally regarded by Egyptologists as one of the most successful pharaohs, reigning longer than any other woman of an indigenous Egyptian dynasty


The Ainu The Ainu are an indigenous people of northern Japan. The remaining descendants live mainly in Hokkaido Sakhalin, the Kurile Islands, and the northeastern part of Honshu Island.Ainu means "Human"


© Hans Silvester. Courtesy Marlborough Gallery - Surma and Mursi peoples, two of the fifteen Ethiopian tribes indigenous to the Omo Valley in Southern Ethiopia. “Body painting, as practiced here in East Africa, the cradle of humanity, seems to me to represent a way of life that dates from prehistory and once enabled humankind to overcome the hostility of nature. Art was then a means of survival.” Hans Silvester #world_cultures