Kadioute Museum in Boucotte

Kadioute Museum in Boucotte

This open air museum offers a display of all the traditional objects of the Jola tribe: the musical instruments, the fishing gear, the kitchen utensils, the African talismans, the wrestlers’ attires with wrappers in different colors for the various age groups, and the material used to collect palm wine. The objects are nested in the trunks of silk- cotton trees. This is why the museum is named “Kadioute”, which means “hole” in Jola dialect.

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