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Africa has some of the oldest cultures in the world. Kenya is known as "The Cradle of Civilization" because of the early tools and cave paintings found. The oldest human skeleton "Lucy" was discovered in 1974 in Ethiopia is said to be over 3 million years old. Over two thirds of the population of Benin practice voodoo and have done so for over 500 years making Benin "The Birthplace of Voodoo".

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