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Barbados Heritage

Drawing on its English, African and West Indian roots, Barbados has established its own distinctive identity, evidenced in its customs, traditions and value, and passionately expressed through the rich history, exceptional cuisine and artistic talents of its people.

Drawing on its English, African and West Indian roots, Barbados has established its own distinctive identity, evidenced in its customs, traditions and value, and passionately expressed through the rich history, exceptional cuisine and artistic talents of its people.
UNESCO World Heritage Site
Colonial Past
Bajan People
Festivals and Arts
Barbados Culinary
Barbados Music
Historical Architecture
Barbados Sugar & Rum
National Heroes
Barbados Sports
Barbados Historical Sites
The Traditional Bajan Chattel House

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