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A Bulgarian bride from the Pomak minority (ethnic Bulgarian speaking Muslims), is seen during the traditional, centuries old preparation for her two-day wedding ceremony in the village of Ribnovo some 210 km from the capital Sofia on 24 January, 2010. The mountain village is famous for performing the unique wedding ceremonies in winter time only. PHOTO/BORYANA KATSAROVA

A Bulgarian bride from the Pomak minority (ethnic Bulgarian speaking Muslims), is seen during the traditional, centuries old preparation for her two-day wedding ceremony in the village of Ribnovo some 210 km from the capital Sofia on 24 January, 2010. The mountain village is famous for performing the unique wedding ceremonies in winter time only. PHOTO/BORYANA KATSAROVA

Bulgarian Muslims Moussa Babechki (L) speaks to his bride Fikrie Sabrieva during their wedding ceremony in the village of Ribnovo, in the Rhodope Mountains.

Bulgarian Muslims Moussa Babechki (L) speaks to his bride Fikrie Sabrieva during their wedding ceremony in the village of Ribnovo, in the Rhodope Mountains.

Bulgarian traditional Slavic costumes by region | Slavorum Northern ethnographic region (North-West and Central-North Bulgaria)

Bulgarian traditional Slavic costumes by region | Slavorum Northern ethnographic region (North-West and Central-North Bulgaria)

This picture taken on October 30, 2009, shows Bulgarian Pomak bride (Bulgarian speaking Muslims) Silvia Bakalova, during her wedding ceremony in the village of Draginovo, 100 kms southeast of Sofia. Bulgaria's Muslim population is one of the highest in the European Union. AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV

This picture taken on October 30, 2009, shows Bulgarian Pomak bride (Bulgarian speaking Muslims) Silvia Bakalova, during her wedding ceremony in the village of Draginovo, 100 kms southeast of Sofia. Bulgaria's Muslim population is one of the highest in the European Union. AFP PHOTO / NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV

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