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Roma (people)

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Roma (people) are living mainly in Europe

Roma and Sinti are the largest national minority in Europe. The numbers given vary from 1 to 20 million. They don't have their own country but live in diaspora all over Europe. This page aims at collecting pointers to places where Roma can be met and their culture can be esxperienced.

Regions

All over Europe, mainly on the Balkans, in the south of Spain and South of France.

Places

Bulgaria

Stolipinovo (Plovdiv)

France

Saintes Maries de la Mer (Provence)

Macedonia

Skopje/Šuto Orizari

Spain

Granada, Jerez, Sevilla

Background

Language

Romanes (Romane, Romani), Kale

See

Austria

Dokumentations und Informationszentrum des Kulturvereins Österreichischer Roma, 1190 Wien, Devrientgasse 1

Czech Republic

Muzeum romské kultury, Bratislavská 67, 602 00 Brno, Tel:+420 545 571 798, Mobil:+420 608 972 782

Germany

Bremeneckgasse 2 69117 Heidelberg Telefon: (0049)-(0)6221-981102 Telefax: (0049)-(0)6221-981177 E-Mail: dialog@sintiundroma.de

Hungary

Budapest Gypsy Museum about the history of the Roma (Gypsy) people in Hungary

Poland

Spain

museo del baile flamenco Sevilla

UK

The Gordon Boswell Romany Museum Spalding, Lincolnshire


Do

  • Romani language course:

Museum of Roma Culture, Brünn

AMBRELA Roma Education and Integration Center, Skopje/Šuto Orizari

Amala Summer School, Valjevo, Serbien

  • Roma dance course:

AMBRELA Roma Education and Integration Center, Skopje/Šuto Orizari, Mazedonien

Amala Summer School, Valjevo, Serbien

Celebrations

Work

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Eat

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