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Reog Ponorogo is a folk dance with 25-40 dancers staged full moon nightly in paseban, Ponorogo Town Square. Tells about the palace of queen Kediri kingdom. On the way from Bantarangin kingdom to Kediri, Singbarong as leader conquered tigers and peacocks. The prima dancer wearing mask from peacock leather with the tiger head and it weight is between 40 to 50 kg and is manly supported by mouthstrap clenched in the dancers teeth. The most important thing to notice, that the dance was from Ponorogo, East Java - INDONESIA.

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