Andalusia: Roma flamenco dance "La Zambry" wants to be on the UNESCO list as an intangible cultural heritage of Roma

Digital signatures are collected - a petition and UNESCO is required to recognize this style of dance as an artistic and historical value.

La Zambera dance as a form of Roma Flamenco is very active in Granada and Almeria has its deep roots in the Albaikin and Sacromonte areas, and efforts are being made to recognize UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity.

Digital signatures are collected through the "Change.org" platform to invite UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization responsible for this type of declaration, to recognize this style, which, according to the petition's description, has its cradle in disadvantaged areas such as Alaicin and Sacromonte de Granada.

Its predecessors were economically poor Roma, but millionaires in art and artistic expression.

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