Recycled art can be seen especially in tourist markets and curio centres. The chitenge material is used in dress particularly traditional dress, or wrapped around the waist like a sarong , but this type of African fabric has recently gained worldwide popularity in African fashion clothing and accessories.
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Zambia's constitution states Christianity as a country's official religion, although all people in the country are free to practice their own beliefs. Quite a number of traditional Zambian traditional beliefs blend with Christian values. Church attendance is usually a colourful and festive affair with lively singing and dancing and, and folks are usually well dressed for the occasion.
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