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Old 09-15-2012, 05:01 PM   #5
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Turko-Asian origin of Pontian folklore, culture, and traditional costumes
http://www.freeinquiry.gr/pro.php?id...9e690b17e57094

Note the picture of four little Pontian girls - caption reads:
"Young girls in traditional Pontian costumes whose origin is lost in the depths of Asia
and not in ... Ancient Greece."

Here is an interesting video illustrating the point. First dance is 'Greek' (NOTE THE BLUE CAPTION "GR"), followed by a 'Turkish' dance (RED CAPTION "TU"), and so on... It alternates between GR and TU dances.

Βρείτε τους απόγονους - YouTube

Please conclude for yourself if there are any differences between the two: music/melody, costumes, etc.

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