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  • Very good work.
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  • Beautiful presentation and lovely music! Thank that share, Magdalena! Hugs. Vili
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  • Magda, fantastic interesting presentation, besides I am a fan of Goran Bergovich & Emir Kousturica that came this year to Argentina with Non smoking orchestra!! fot 3 rd time and have the pleasure to go & enjoy!!
    A fan of their fims also!!
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GYPSY

  1. 1. Music- Goran Bregovic
  2. 4. Traditionally, the Gypsy Horse is involved in every aspect of family life, faithfully pulling the caravan wagon by day, while still being patient enough to teach the gypsy children to ride when the day is done. The horses are tethered at the campsite with the family caravan when they are not working.  They live and thrive in all types of weather grazing on the grasses that happen to be growing along the side of the roads. The heartiness and exceptional disposition of these horses are their trademarks. They are known for being one of the most docile and gentle horses in the world
  3. 5. Here in the U.S., the various types of gypsy horse have come to be known by several different names. Irish Tinker, Gypsy Vanner, Gypsy Cob, Irish Cob, Romany Horse and the like, are all names used to describe the type of horse which gypsies have bred and used in the British Isles for generations. Although many horses of similar type are bred indiscriminately in Europe, the most sought after type of gypsy horses are bred by generations of gypsy families, who have prized and guarded bloodlines that produce the highest quality horses imaginable. The Gypsy horse is extremely rare in North America, numbering only around 400 individuals
  4. 8. Dance of the Kanjars - A Gypsy Tribe
  5. 12. Gypsy jewelry makers often used the flower motif. COROANA DE COCOSEI
  6. 15. Gypsy Room
  7. 17. Film,,INIMA DE TIGAN’’

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