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Young Macedonian girls performing the "Mariovska Tresenica"
It is a typical women's dance with steady and proud movements and careful balance of the body. The dancers hold hands and begin their dance in semicircle. The dance rhythm is 2
4 and there are four versions of the dance.
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- Dimovski, Mihailo. (1977:46-51). Macedonian folk dances (Original in Macedonian: Македонски народни ора). Skopje: Naša kniga & Institut za folklor