Oyotunji African Village

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The cultures represented at this village are the Yoruba and Dahomey of West Africa. They seek to educate visitors on the achievements of Africans. The village is really just that - a village with a population of about 200. The denizens wear traditional brightly colored garb and play traditional music using woodwinds and drums. A sign posted at the front states "You are leaving the U.S. You are entering the Yoruba Kingdom." (Photo by Kenny Dancer)