Picture Of Act From Contemporary Ccircus

Picture Of Act From Contemporary Ccircus

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Ludovic PĂ©ron at en.wikipedia.org

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History of Contemporary Circus

Contemporary circus is relatively new subtype of circus (some 50 years relative to 250 of a traditional circus) which mixes elements of its predecessor with higher art and other type of media.

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