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Pomaks in Bulgaria keep their elaborate wedding traditions alive

Muslims make up roughly 10% of Bulgaria's population, but few celebrate such vibrant wedding rituals as the Pomaks. Ethnically Slavic, the Pomak people converted from Christianity to Islam under Ottoman rule, but suffered persecution during the communist era. Despite marginalisation and government efforts to assimilate the 65,000-strong community, their traditions endure. TRT World's Claudia Wyatt has more. #WinterWeddings #Pomaks #Tradition

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