The Romani people cluster refers to an ethnic group found throughout Europe, widely referred to in English as 'gypsies'. While their origins trace to the Indian Subcontinent, the Romani have been in Europe long enough to develop a distinct identity from other "gypsy" groups like the Banjara and Domari.
Peoples within this cluster:
Fintika Romma, Finnish Kalo; Mugat; Romani, Angloromani; Romani, Balkan; Romani, Balkan, Dzambazi; Romani, Baltic; Romani, Calo; Romani, Carpathian; Romani, Romanichal; Romani, Sinte; Romani, Vlach; Swedish Travellers; Yeniche
Countries where they are found:
Afghanistan; Albania; Algeria; Argentina; Belgium; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Brazil; Bulgaria; Canada; Colombia; Croatia; Cyprus; Czechia; France; Germany; Greece; Hungary; Iran; Italy; Kazakhstan; Kosovo; Latvia; Moldova; North Macedonia; Pakistan; Poland; Romania; Serbia; Slovakia; Slovenia; South Africa; Sweden; Tajikistan; Türkiye; Ukraine; United Kingdom; United States; Uzbekistan
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