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Indigenous Peoples of 7 Regions Showcase Attributes in a Cultural Parade in Jayapura

goodmorningpapua.com – Indigenous people from 7 regions show off their regional pride attributes in an archipelago cultural parade that will take place in Jayapura Regency, Monday, October 24, 2022.

The Nusantara Cultural Parade started from Theys Hiyo Eluay’s Graveyard Field to the Barnabas Youwe Stadium, Sentani. This parade is a series ahead of the opening of the VI Congress of Indigenous Peoples of the Archipelago (KMAN).

Representatives of the indigenous peoples of the Papua region, for example, display the characteristics of the Tifa musical instrument, traditional Jubi or arrow weapons, replicas of birds of paradise and clothes made of bark.

Not only that, the indigenous people of the Papua region are also very enthusiastic about showing off the Noken bag which has been designated as a world heritage by UNESCO. Meanwhile, the indigenous people of the Maluku region display traditional clothes and instruments worn by the figure of the National Hero of Pattimura, complete with weapons.

Likewise, indigenous peoples from the Sulawesi region display a variety of traditional clothes and instruments which attract the attention of the people in Jayapura, followed by the Kalimantan region, the Java region and the Sumatra region which also display their traditional and cultural attributes.

Uniquely, the Indonesian cultural parade ahead of KMAN VI was also attended by representatives of indigenous peoples from a number of countries. They performed the traditional clothes from their own countries.

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