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In Nigerua, thorn carving is practised in
Thorn carving is practiced in Owo and Shagamu in Nigeria. Thorn carving is a traditional art form in Nigeria that involves carving intricate designs into the surface of calabash gourds using a sharp instrument such as a thorn or needle. The art form has been practiced in various parts of Nigeria for generations, but it is particularly associated with the Yoruba people of southwestern Nigeria. While thorn carving may be practiced in other parts of Nigeria as well, Owo and Shagamu are two cities that are particularly well-known for their thorn carvers and the quality of their work. Thorn carvers in these cities create a wide variety of designs, ranging from traditional Yoruba motifs to more modern and abstract designs. In summary, thorn carving is a traditional art form in Nigeria that is particularly associated with the Yoruba people, and it is practiced in various parts of the country. However, Owo and Shagamu are two cities that are well-known for their thorn carvers and the quality of their work.