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The exact history of the Argentine Tango is blurred since it was never recorded. However, it is commonly accepted that the roots of the Argentine Tango began with the influx of immigrants from European and African countries arrived to the ports of Buenos Aires during the late 1800’s. The intermixing of Spanish, African, Italian, British and native Argentineans led to a melting pot of culture of which one of the products was the Argentine Tango.

Although the dance now epitomizes glamour and elegance, it was not so in the past. This dance of the high society first originated in society’s underbelly, that is, in the brothels and houses of immigrants and other ill reputes. The instrument known as the bandonean was first used to create the music for the dance. It is an accordion-like instrument that is now synonymous with tango music.

The Argentine Tango, which became rapidly popular among the underworld, went on to spread its popularity to Paris and later to Hollywood. The dance caught on like wildfire until the end of the Golden Era of the Argentine tango in the 1950’s. Today, it is still popular among the youth who use it as a form of expression and have added many modern elements to the original form, making it an artform that is more powerful than ever.

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Acharuli is one of the many Georgian folk dances and has originated in Achara, a southern region of Georgia. The dance steps are not very difficult and are explicit, performed by both men and women. The display is flirtatious and playful but soft enough. The depiction of the relationship between men and women is colloquial and light hearted. Acharuli stands apart from other dance forms because of the beauteous costumes with vibrant colors. It inculcates cheerfulness in the performers as well as the audience.

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Acharuli is one of the many Georgian folk dances and has originated in Achara, a southern region of Georgia. The dance steps are not very difficult and are explicit, performed by both men and women. The display is flirtatious and playful but soft enough. The depiction of the relationship between men and women is colloquial and light hearted. Acharuli stands apart from other dance forms because of the beauteous costumes with vibrant colors. It inculcates cheerfulness in the performers as well as the audience.

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