Tapeinos horos

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The Tapeinos horos (Greek: Ταπεινός χορός) is a traditional Greek dance.

The word tapeinos in Greek means "humble", so in many villages in Thrace, this dance is done with slow, humble steps. Another dance down at the wedding, it is a woman's dance simple and slow in steps. It is the first dance done after the wedding ceremony, led by the bride.[1]

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