Maramba Cultural Village, in Livingstone, Zambia, is a venue for production, training and marketing cultural goods and services. The Cultural Village showcases the rich cultural dances from all ten provinces of Zambia under one roof. Hence we refer to it as “Zambia in one village”. The village was established soon after Zambia’s independence to be a living museum of Zambia’s rich cultural heritage to showcase the 72 ethnic groups through music, dance, indigenous food cuisine, crafts, visual arts, theater arts and film industry.In 1999 the Village was relocated from along Mosi-oa-tunya Road on the way to the Victoria Falls, to Sichango Road, because the earlier location was identified as an elephant corridor.The current village was set up in 2013 in readiness for the 20th session of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) General Assembly, which was co-hosted by Livingstone City in Zambia and Victoria Falls town in Zimbabwe.
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