Where Did Gypsies Originate from?

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It is believed that the Gypsies originated from the Sind region, now in Pakistan in the 11th century. They then migrated through Armenia, Persia, Moldavia and Eastern Europe. Gypsy populations can still be found along all these migration routes.
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Most historians believed that the Gypsies originated from the Sind region, now in Pakistan in the 11th century. They then migrated through Armenia, Persia, Moldavia and Eastern Europe. Gypsy populations can still be found along all these migration routes.
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