Olga Szantova takes you to a course of Israeli folk dancing held in Sec, East Bohemia and discusses the popularity of Israeli folk dances in the Czech Republic and other parts of the world with Czech, British, German, Rumanian and other participants. In countries with rich folklore and numerous folk dances of their own, why is there such interest in the newly created dances of a foreign country?
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