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Trinidad and Tobago "MOKO JUMBIES: The Dancing Spirits of Trinidad".(Dragon Glen de Souza teaches five-year-old N'Neka Pompey on the first day she graduated from three-foot to four-and-a-half-foot stilts. The stilts can weigh from 8 to 10 pounds each, for the 3-foot stilts, and as much as 25 pounds or more for each 6-foot stilt.).A photo essay about a stilt walking school in Cocorite, Trinidad..Dragon Glen de Souza founded the Keylemanjahro School of Art & Culture in 1986. The main purpose…

Trinidad and Tobago "MOKO JUMBIES: The Dancing Spirits of Trinidad".(Dragon Glen de Souza teaches five-year-old N'Neka Pompey on the first day she graduated from three-foot to four-and-a-half-foot stilts. The stilts can weigh from 8 to 10 pounds each, for the 3-foot stilts, and as much as 25 pounds or more for each 6-foot stilt.).A photo essay about a stilt walking school in Cocorite, Trinidad..Dragon Glen de Souza founded the Keylemanjahro School of Art & Culture in 1986. The main purpose…

Peter Minshall's costume - Google Search

A Peter Minshall designed carnival costume. The great mas man of Trinidad, West Indies.

Green Iguana in Trinidad and Tobago

The Green Iguana can be found in almost every part of Trinidad & Tobago. They are quite a delicacy not only in Trinidad & Tobago but also in other Caribbean countries.

Limbo Dancing originated in Trinidad. The dance originated as an event that took place at wakes in Trinidad and Tobago, and was popularized by dance pioneer Julia Edwards (known as the First Lady of Limbo) and her company which appeared in several films, in particular, "Fire Down Below" (1957) and toured widely in the Caribbean, Europe, North and South America, Asia and Africa in the 1960s and beyond. Belmont Freetown performed energetically at the launch of the T. and T. Cultural Village

Limbo Dancing originated in Trinidad. The dance originated as an event that took place at wakes in Trinidad and Tobago, and was popularized by dance pioneer Julia Edwards (known as the First Lady of Limbo) and her company which appeared in several films,

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Revelers walk on stilts during a parade at a carnival at Port of Spain (Trinidad & Tobago)

Trinidad and Tobago Culture | ... Trinidad and Tobago have strengthened their cultural exchanges. Xinhua

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