Saint Lucia: Saint Lucia to host The La Marguerite Festival today (October 17, 2023).The festival is a remarkable initiative to embrace the culture of the country.
“The La Marguerite Festival is a blooming testament to the enduring spirit of our culture!.” quoted the post of Events Saint Lucia on Social Media.
This festival is more like the symbol of uniqueness and is one from the two flower festivals held every year in Saint Lucia.
Saint Lucians enjoy the festival with music, flowers and colors to celebrate the richness of their heritage.
Culture of Saint Lucia
Besides the iconic landmarks and perfect honeymoon attractions, Saint Lucia also has a very beautiful culture. It is popular among the folks for its festivals, music, cuisines, literature, art and carnivals.
Many festivals are celebrated in the country in a year. Two flower festivals are celebrated namely; La Woz and La Magwit. Former one has already been celebrated on August 30,2023 and the latter one is being celebrated today.
Apart from this, Christmas also has great popularity among Saint Lucians. Many other small festivals and parades take place in the region.
Also, Creole has a great significance for the people of Saint Lucia. It is a cultural festive in Caribbean countries. The nation also introduces Jazz festival for all the music lovers each year.
The culture of any country is not bound to a thing. Similarly, Saint Lucia has its food culture, carnivals and literature to enhance the beauty of such a wonderful culture.
Green banana and Saltfish is recognized as the national dish of Saint Lucia. Rice and peas, Macaroni pie is also popular among Saint Lucians.
Moreover, Derek Walcott, writer of Saint Lucia is recorded as a Nobel Prize Winner in 1992. This adds up a blend of literary uniqueness to the heritage of the region.
In the region, Saint Lucian carnival went live this July with the combination of color, costumes, music, parades and so on was also one from the specialty of the entire culture of the nation.
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