la Cutura Carrajena
Carraxan culture is old and rich. It's roots go into the ancient past drawing on Norman, Greek, Vandal, Roman, Punic, Berber and other sources. The interplay of the various communities -- Donatist, Catholic, Ikonoclast Orthodox, Coptic, Magrrevi, Sephardi, Sunni, Shia, Carraxan, Egyptian, Jewish, Norman, Sicilian, Greek, Gypsy, Arab -- all combine to create the tapestry of daily life in a Carraxan town.
These pages are devoted to various aspects of Carraxan culture. In these pages we will explore holiday tradtitions, customs both familiar and currious, religion, cuisine, clothing, music, the arts and other aspects of daily life.