510th Ajvatovica celebrations in Bosnia and Herzegovina

510th Ajvatovica celebrations in Bosnia and Herzegovina

KAKANJ, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - JUNE 27 : 75 horsemen, wearing traditional clothing including the headdress 'fez' and carrying flags, make their way to Prusac town to celebrate the 510th Ajvatovica at Karaula town, Bosnia and Herzegovina on June 27, 2020. Ajvatovica is Bosnia and Herzegovina's Islamic traditional, religious and cultural event named after Ajvaz Dede who was a devout Muslim working to illuminate the population and achieve progress in the area. While the number of horsemen was over 100 in the past years, this year the number has decreased due to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. ( Mustafa Öztürk - Anadolu Agency )

510th Ajvatovica celebrations in Bosnia and Herzegovina Fotoğraf: Mustafa Öztürk

KAKANJ, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - JUNE 27 : 75 horsemen, wearing traditional clothing including the headdress 'fez' and carrying flags, make their way to Prusac town to celebrate the 510th Ajvatovica at Karaula town, Bosnia and Herzegovina on June 27, 2020. Ajvatovica is Bosnia and Herzegovina's Islamic traditional, religious and cultural event named after Ajvaz Dede who was a devout Muslim working to illuminate the population and achieve progress in the area. While the number of horsemen was over 100 in the past years, this year the number has decreased due to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. ( Mustafa Öztürk - Anadolu Agency )

510th Ajvatovica celebrations in Bosnia and Herzegovina Fotoğraf: Mustafa Öztürk

KAKANJ, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - JUNE 27 : 75 horsemen, wearing traditional clothing including the headdress 'fez' and carrying flags, make their way to Prusac town to celebrate the 510th Ajvatovica at Karaula town, Bosnia and Herzegovina on June 27, 2020. Ajvatovica is Bosnia and Herzegovina's Islamic traditional, religious and cultural event named after Ajvaz Dede who was a devout Muslim working to illuminate the population and achieve progress in the area. While the number of horsemen was over 100 in the past years, this year the number has decreased due to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. ( Mustafa Öztürk - Anadolu Agency )

510th Ajvatovica celebrations in Bosnia and Herzegovina Fotoğraf: Mustafa Öztürk

KAKANJ, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - JUNE 27 : 75 horsemen, wearing traditional clothing including the headdress 'fez' and carrying flags, make their way to Prusac town to celebrate the 510th Ajvatovica at Karaula town, Bosnia and Herzegovina on June 27, 2020. Ajvatovica is Bosnia and Herzegovina's Islamic traditional, religious and cultural event named after Ajvaz Dede who was a devout Muslim working to illuminate the population and achieve progress in the area. While the number of horsemen was over 100 in the past years, this year the number has decreased due to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. ( Mustafa Öztürk - Anadolu Agency )

510th Ajvatovica celebrations in Bosnia and Herzegovina Fotoğraf: Mustafa Öztürk

KAKANJ, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - JUNE 27 : 75 horsemen, wearing traditional clothing including the headdress 'fez' and carrying flags, make their way to Prusac town to celebrate the 510th Ajvatovica at Karaula town, Bosnia and Herzegovina on June 27, 2020. Ajvatovica is Bosnia and Herzegovina's Islamic traditional, religious and cultural event named after Ajvaz Dede who was a devout Muslim working to illuminate the population and achieve progress in the area. While the number of horsemen was over 100 in the past years, this year the number has decreased due to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. ( Mustafa Öztürk - Anadolu Agency )

510th Ajvatovica celebrations in Bosnia and Herzegovina Fotoğraf: Mustafa Öztürk

KAKANJ, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - JUNE 27 : 75 horsemen, wearing traditional clothing including the headdress 'fez' and carrying flags, make their way to Prusac town to celebrate the 510th Ajvatovica at Karaula town, Bosnia and Herzegovina on June 27, 2020. Ajvatovica is Bosnia and Herzegovina's Islamic traditional, religious and cultural event named after Ajvaz Dede who was a devout Muslim working to illuminate the population and achieve progress in the area. While the number of horsemen was over 100 in the past years, this year the number has decreased due to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. ( Mustafa Öztürk - Anadolu Agency )

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