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The people of French Guiana are a group that lives along the coastal regions. Most of the population is made up of Mulattos, Creole, and the Haitian community. However, due to the opening of the country during the 1800s, there are smaller groups consisting of refugees and migrants like the Hmong from Laos, and some Chinese people.
Language & religion
As what is obvious from the country's name, the language spoken and understood by most of the population is French. Another language that may be used to some of the people is Taki, which is an aboriginal language.
The country's main religion is Catholicism, adopted from the French colonists of the country. Although some of the tribes had their own traditional religion, majority are already converts of Catholicism.
Due to the amalgamation of nations, the countries arts are also a mixture of the different Art traditions of the tribes. Some pieces done by woodcarving, painting, and weaving have Creole tastes, while others carry the traditional French class. Art strategies are also derivatives of the original techniques of other countries.