The Bursa Sword and Shield Dance commemorates the city's capture by the Ottomans. Men solely participate in this performance, which is done while dancing to the sounds of slicing swords and crashing shields without any music. It is danced in Bursa on the Ottoman-related holidays as a form of celebration.
The Turkish Sword Dancers participate in pretend fights while performing high jumps and skips and making rhythmic noises by slapping and sliding their swords against their shields. They have entertained many prominent people around the world, such as heads of state, prime ministers, musicians, athletes, and at the most significant international festivals.
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