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Websites about "Romani" (Gypsy) history, culture and linguistics; Romani (Gypsy) Associations and Organizations in the world; Romani (Gypsy) homepages. The Romani are basically a nomadic people who can be found in much of Europe and western Asia. They have several of their own languages. Commonly, they travel in small vehicles such as wooden rooms on wheels, drawn by horses. They make a living by performing, and telling fortunes, among other things. They are a proud and badly misunderstood people. Some have settled, but many still roam. Some retain their old ways, and some embrace Christianity, and still retain their culture. They have close-knit families. They are commonly the victims of extreme discrimination, and it is difficult for them to get a decent education or employment. These pages tell their stories.

 

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