Category:Dombra

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Dombura is a long-necked lute popular in Central Asian nations. The name dombura is the Turkic rendering of Persian tanbur.

Dombura is also called various names in various ethnic groups:

Dombura shares some of its characteristics with the Central Asian komuz and dutar.
See also Category:Komuz and Category:Dutâr.

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