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  • Very colorful to watch......thank you.
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  • It's a beautiful dance. It is also athletically very demanding dance. It's is also very beautiful, colorful and exciting to watch. Thanks.....
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  • Dear Anna, when I was young in my country became famous this dance, the memory of this has put a smile on my face..., thank you for sharing. Un abrazo
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    • HopakHopak - (Ukrainian: Гопак)(Greek: Σίρμπα), also referred to as Gopak or Cossack dance,is a Ukrainian dance. It is performed most often as a solitary concert danceby amateur and professional Ukrainian dance ensembles,as well as other performers of folk dances. It has also been incorporatedinto larger artistic opuses such as operas and ballets.The Hopak is often popularly referred to as the "National Dance of Ukraine".Combat Hopak (Ukrainian: Бойовий Гопак, Boyovyy Hopak) is a martial art, based on theUkrainian traditional dance Hopak. It was revived by Volodymyr Pylat in the 1980s
    • Vadim Korobov – The dance
    • Ilya Yefimovich Repin - Party
    • Ilya Yefimovich Repin - Hopak (Repins final painting, unfinished)
    • Background sound - Hopak from Aram Khachaturian ballet "Gayane"The illustrations - taken from accessible websitesThe presentation was made by ​- Anna