Pravo horo (Bulgarian: Право хоро, lit. 'straight dance') is a very popular, simple folk dance from Bulgaria that is done throughout the Balkan countries.In Greece it is called Zonaradiko.It is considered the "national dance" of Bulgaria, Albania, and North Macedonia.It is a rustic village line dance with a three-measure pattern, done to 2/4 or 6/8 music, and is a staple of weddings, feast days, and other celebrations.As with other Balkan dances, each country and even local region has its own variation of the dance, often interspersing other steps with the basic pravo step, to the extent that these different versions amount to distinct dances.

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