Pomak

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The Pomak is a Bulgarian language with Turkish loanwords dialect speaking group, who adopted Islam at the time of the Ottoman empire. Pomak Men are circumcised , mostly in a big mass sünnet ceremony [1],[2] Their Ancestors are said once was the Thracians.[3] They live in the Rhodope Mountains at the Smolyan Province, in their own villages with Tobacco farms. They hold on a strictly Endogamy Arranged marriage. Mostly Pomaks are tall, have blond hair and blue eyes.[4]

Pomaks live in Bulgaria in the Rhodope Mountain, in Greece and in Turkey.

They hold many old own traditions, music, and folk songs.

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