Gypsy culture

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Gypsy culture

Gypsy culture is culture of the Romani people. Gypsy culture is belly dancing, tarot cards, fortune telling, crystal balls, dreamcatchers, gold Gypsy jewelry and Vardo wagons. Gypsy culture is influenced by Indian culture. Gypsy culture influenced British culture and Eastern European culture. Museum of Romani culture is located in Brno, Czech Republic. Romani Kafenava is a Gypsy restaurant that serves authentic Gypsy food in Slovenia. "Gypsy soul" is a regular phrase used by non-Gypsies. The Gypsy flag is influenced by the flag of India. International Romani Day is celebrated every April 8th for the Roma Gypsies and Romani culture. Gypsies have influenced Hungarian culture, KosovaFile:Flag of the Romani people.svgn culture, American culture, Egyptian culture, Serbian culture, Mexican culture, Slovak culture and Bulgarian culture.