Roma and Sinti are the largest national minority in Europe. The estimates of their numbers vary from 1 to 20 million. They don't have their own country but live in a diaspora all over Europe and beyond. This page aims at collecting pointers to places where Roma can be met and their culture can be experienced.
All over Europe, mainly in the Balkans, in the south of Spain and South of France.
Museum of Roma Culture (Muzeum romské kultury), Bratislavská 67, 602 00 [[Brno]], ☎ +420 545 571 798, .
German Documentation and Culture Centre for Sinti and Roma (Dokumentations- und Kulturzentrum Deutscher Sinti und Roma), Bremeneckgasse 2, D-69117 Heidelberg, ☎ +49 6221-981102 (email@example.com, fax: +49 6221-981177), .
Museum for Roma and Sinti (Museum für Roma und Sinti), (Sachsenhausen), .
Budapest Gypsy Museum about the history of the Roma (Gypsy) people in Hungary
Like Jews, communists and homosexuals, they were targeted for extermination by the Nazis and millions perished.
The Gordon Boswell Romany Museum, Clay Lake, [[Spalding]], [[Lincolnshire|Lincs]] PE12 6BL, ☎ +44 1775 710599, . late Mar- end Oct, F-Su and Bank Holidays. Traditional Romany horse-drawn Vardos (caravans), carts and harness. Large lecture room for slide-shows and talks on the Romany way of life. Collection of Romany photographs and sketches covering the last 150 years. Fortune-telling tent and a collection of cooking utensils used on the open fire.