Colombia’s official name is the Republic of Colombia. It is also nicknamed the “gateway to South America”. It is located in Northern South America where South America connects with North and Central America. With a population of 45,013,672, Colombia is the fifth largest country in Latin America. Colombia is known for its beautiful culture, land, and natural beauty.
Inca, now a part of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru was one of the most famous civilizations. The Incas started in the Andes mountain in the 1200AD. The Incas used to be hunters from Asia. The people took thousands of years for them to form a community. The Incas developed roads, expanded their land, and their uniformity with other empires helped their empire rise.
Introduction Have you ever wondered why El Salvador is known as the land of volcanoes or why it's the only country in Central America that doesn’t have a coastline on the Caribbean Sea. Well El Salvador is known as the Land of Volcanoes because,it’s frequent earthquakes and volcanic activities. Have you ever wondered why it's the only country in Central America that doesn't have a coastline on the Caribbean Sea it’s because,half of all Salvadorans live in the countryside. El Salvador is the most densely populated states on the mainland of Americas it's also is a small/highly industrialised country.
Introduction South America is world’s fourth largest continent. It has an area of 17,840,000 km2 that covers one-eighth of the land area on Earth. South America is home to about 423 million people. There are 12 sovereign nations and other territories in the continent. South America contains natural wonders and unique cultures.
BOLIVIA [Document subtitle] Table of contents Table of Contents Bolivia 2 Carla Ortiz Oporto 2 Facts 3 Citations 3 Bolivia To begin, the country I chose was Bolivia. Bolivia is in south America, and the capital of Bolivia is Sucre. The Bolivian people gained independence from Spain on August 6th, 1825.
Our world has a lot of different kinds of music for everybody to listen. They all come from different cultures as their music comes from each of them. We all have different types of music to listen as we like. Music is a big thing for people because we are always around music. With two different types of music like Latin and country, so different yet similar to their background information.
Culture is generally defined as the knowledge and characteristics of a particular group of People, encompassing language, cuisine, religion, social habits, music and arts. In every corner of the world, there is a different culture and because of this different societies exist while holding completely different beliefs (Encyclopedia Britannica, 2018). Cuba is a great example of a country with many variations of culture, terrain and is very rich with history. In 1492, Christopher Columbus discovered the island of Cuba, and its Amerindian population slowly declined from the development of the Spanish colony.
Those of Spanish-speaking descent have all experienced one of the following at least once in their lives: “Did you make those tacos yourself?” , “Are you Mexican?” When realization hits that this individual speaks a second language they ask, “So you speak Spanish?” or, “Say something in Spanish for me.” Followed by an awkward response of something that hardly skates passed a mere “Hola.” A rather important misconception coincides with the idea that all “Latinos” derive from Mexico, a colossal assumption that unfortunately stands as the most common perception.
In the excerpt from “The Latin Tinge,” the author describes the influence of Latin music on American music from the beginning. The author states that despite the richness of Latin music not many affected American music. The major influences came form about four countries. The most influential being Cuba. The basic building block of Cuban music is a 3-2 rhythmic pattern or clave.
Mexican Regional Music Nowadays Mexican regional music is a musical genre with songs accompanied instrumentally with “banda”, mainly, to dance and with contagious rhythms. It has millions of followers, among them, adults, teenagers and kids. This essay focuses on the analysis of the social impact that it could have the content of this music. This musical category is so popular and it has big diffusion, it can be heard everywhere: at home, in the public bus, on the radio, on television with its correspondent music video, at job, at any time, it is contagious, easy to sing and memorize.
America turned to slavery in the 17th century when the spread of Tabaco increased the demand for labor. Slavery has existed for most of human’s history, however America’s use of slavery based on plantation culture. It became connected to race, and the cruel treatment increased which resulted in high death rates. In this paper, I will argue that slavery shaped the foundations of the United States through the spread of religion, rebellions, the cruel treatment of slaves, criticism that emerged about slavery and the tension with foreign power. The use of slaves created a harsh reality for the US filled with fear and hatred, creating a defined social hierarchy.