Opa! This makes me want to jump and dance! My guess is Russian or Eastern European. But I'm not sure.

(Pentozali, Crete) A RUSSIAN-GREEK shared-origins connection is what I always think of when I see the commonality in their dancing. (I don't know WHEN their dance styles were born however, but they have been around a long time.

A man poses in the national costume of Crete - Greece in colour, 1920's; Images by Maynard Owen Williams / Wilhelm Tobien Source: National Geographic Stock

A man poses in the national costume of Crete - Greece in colour, Images by Maynard Owen Williams / Wilhelm Tobien Source: National Geographic Stock

Iconic image of Greek partisans who fought German invaders during the battle of Crete (May 1941).

Cretan partisans (from the Greek Island of Crete), pose for a photograph…

Bert Dyson - New Zealand army in Crete 1941

Bert Dyson - New Zealand army in Crete pin by Paolo Marzioli

Suda Bay - Crete 1941

Troops on the shore of Suda Bay awaiting evacuation, April 1941 . Pin by Paolo Marzioli


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