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29 cultural traditions join UNESCO's living heritage list
by Liza Weisstuch
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31 December 2020
On 31 December 2020 The Washington Post reported:
It sounds like the setup of a riddle: What do the grass-mowing custom in Bosnia and Finland's sauna culture have in common with Nar Bayrami, a pomegranate festival in Azerbaijan, and Budima Dance, a warrior dance practiced in Zambia? The answer isn't as cryptic as you might think. They are each a living heritage -- learned from ancestors and passed down to the next generation -- and as of Dec. 18, 2020 they were all inscribed in UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
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