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Asia Minor & Turkey
Roman Havasi: It is a type of mainly Turkish folkloric dance from where has been adapted from, with the main base and elements of Byzantine music.
Balkans, Hungary, and Romania
Cale Gitanos & Flamenco (Spain)
Egypt & Ghavazee
India & Rajasthan
Russia & Ruska Roma
Russian Romani dance is characterized by gradual speed-up of music and movements. Female dance includes wide hand waves with the skirt and shoulder shakes. Male dance traditionally includes complex tap dance and patting knees, shoulders, and hips.
Groups of the Middle East and India also known as gypsies:
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