AP: Regional Human Geography: D Geography Notes on Ethnic Groups, Languages and Religious Affiliations of Countries Starting with D

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10 Theories of Migration
Table Shows Regional Human Geography: D
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO (ZAIRE)Ethnic groups There are more than 200 African ethnic groups. The largest culture groups are the Lunda, Luba, Kuba, Bakongo (Kongo) , Mongo, Mangbetu, and Azande. Other Bantu, NiloSaharan, AfricanAsian, European, and Asian groups also exist.Languages French (official) , Lingala, Kikongo, Tshiluba, Swahili, other indigenous languages.Religious affiliations Roman Catholic 52 percent Protestant 20 percent Kimbanguist (indigenous Christian) 10 percent Muslim 2 percent Other syncretism sects and traditional beliefs 16 percent.
DENMARKEthnic groups Danish, Inuit (Eskimo) , Faroese, German.Languages Danish (official) , Faroese, Greenlandic (an Inuit dialect) , German.Religious affiliations Protestant 88 percent Roman Catholic 1 percent Nonreligious 5 percent Other 6 percent.
DJIBOUTIEthnic groups Somali (largely lssa) 60 percent Afar 30 percent French, Arab, Italian, other 10 percent.Languages French (official) , Arabic (official) , Somali, Afar.Religious affiliations Muslim 97 percent Christian and othecs 3 percent.

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