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Kolo, traditional folk dance from Serbia, is inscribed on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity! Kolo is a traditional, collective folk dance performed by dancers who are interlinked to form a chain, usually moving in a circular line holding hands with their arms down. It is performed to the accompaniment of music at private and public gatherings and involves all members of the local community.

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