Global Villages Map

This village originally populated by wanderers from the North about 12,000 years ago. Unique cultures developed across the continent, isolated until the 15th century. Five thousand year-old pyramids at Caral, Peru and ancient Olmec Colossal Heads in Meso America make this village distinctive, but cultural footprints of Portugal and Spain are prominent. Various populations migrated to this village from West Asia. Cultures have intermixed here and then spread throughout the world. A very large global village with countries in Africa and throughout the Middle East. Predominantly Muslim. The most documented of the global villages, with immense cultural heritage, which has spread across the world. Artifacts date to 32,000 years ago in this village; but cultural origins are debated. Early peoples made bronze weapons, arrowheads, daggers, and made gold into money. Designated as Indic, (India) rather than Asian, this village has complex cultural roots entwined with colonialism, forced acculturation and dense population. Today's Sino- Japanese village shares Chinese and Japanese cultures. Ethnic groups are related to indigenous groups of Mongolia, Central Asia, and Siberia. Multiple migrations of peoples make up this global village. Myannmar is believed to be settled about 11,000 years ago and is often referred to as the gateway to Southeast Asia. Origins not European, and populations today live in two independent countries. Indigenous Maori of New Zealand, and Aborigines of Australia strive to restore languages and cultures. Oceania is a disconnected village with many islands and a variety of cultures. New Guineans in this vast ocean area may have been the first islanders to live as tribal farmers; and their descendants continue many of the same cultural patterns. Oceania is a disconnected village with many islands and a variety of cultures. New Guineans in this vast ocean area may have been the first islanders to live as tribal farmers; and their descendants continue many of the same cultural patterns.

 

 

 

 

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