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    Quote Originally Posted by Gospodine View Post
    So where would you place Bosniaks in general on the pigmentation scale?
    It depends from region to region.


    In Old Vrhbosna overwhelming majority are dinaro-pontids, followed by pure dinarids and norics with pure (Balto)Nordids being in the mountains (and being numerically the smallest) and is considered one of the most Bosniaks regions swarthiest.

    Bosniaks of Sanjak/Rashka win the "most swarthy award" because they don't phenotypically differ much from Serbs and Albos in the region.

    Herzegovinian Bosniaks are usually tall near pure Dinarids with the swarthiest being in deep south and becoming lighter subsequently as you go north towards Central Bosnia.

    Podrinje region is usually considered way more lighter than Sarajevo region but some overlapping between them can be seen. One of the most interesting things about the region is the number of redheads which are considered nearly non existent in the Balkans thanks to German settlement in the silver and gold rich region.

    Krajina region doesn't steer of much from the "Aryan belt" of Northwest Slavonia and Slovenia.

    While in Tuzla/Solin region is probably one of the most "whitest" region on Balkans, because the Bosniaks there are just descendents of Hungarian, German and Polack Muslims (which fled from Central Europe when Ottomans fell back in mid 17th century) mixed with natives which survived the Great Plague.

    These are just mine observations from my travels on foot trough old Yugoslavia.



    Feel free to add pictures and add comments.

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    are you saying alboz are swarthy?

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    Bosniaks are characterized by having big heads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vrhbosnian Vanguard View Post
    It depends from region to region.


    In Old Vrhbosna overwhelming majority are dinaro-pontids, followed by pure dinarids and norics with pure (Balto)Nordids being in the mountains (and being numerically the smallest) and is considered one of the most Bosniaks regions swarthiest.

    Bosniaks of Sanjak/Rashka win the "most swarthy award" because they don't phenotypically differ much from Serbs and Albos in the region.

    Herzegovinian Bosniaks are usually tall near pure Dinarids with the swarthiest being in deep south and becoming lighter subsequently as you go north towards Central Bosnia.

    Podrinje region is usually considered way more lighter than Sarajevo region but some overlapping between them can be seen. One of the most interesting things about the region is the number of redheads which are considered nearly non existent in the Balkans thanks to German settlement in the silver and gold rich region.

    Krajina region doesn't steer of much from the "Aryan belt" of Northwest Slavonia and Slovenia.

    While in Tuzla/Solin region is probably one of the most "whitest" region on Balkans, because the Bosniaks there are just descendents of Hungarian, German and Polack Muslims (which fled from Central Europe when Ottomans fell back in mid 17th century) mixed with natives which survived the Great Plague.

    These are just mine observations from my travels on foot trough old Yugoslavia.

    Feel free to add pictures and add comments.
    Bosnjaks from Sandzak or Raška are recognizable and much darker than Serbs from the same area (Raška oblast and Zlatiborski okrug ).Been there many times btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dralos View Post
    are you saying alboz are swarthy?
    As long as you're not talking about Kosova Albos, then yes, you cluster far more with Southern Europe than Bosnians do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ushtari View Post
    Bosniaks are characterized by having big heads.
    Albanians are the most Brachycephalic people in Europe:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vrhbosnian Vanguard View Post
    It depends from region to region.


    In Old Vrhbosna overwhelming majority are dinaro-pontids, followed by pure dinarids and norics with pure (Balto)Nordids being in the mountains (and being numerically the smallest) and is considered one of the most Bosniaks regions swarthiest.

    Bosniaks of Sanjak/Rashka win the "most swarthy award" because they don't phenotypically differ much from Serbs and Albos in the region.

    Herzegovinian Bosniaks are usually tall near pure Dinarids with the swarthiest being in deep south and becoming lighter subsequently as you go north towards Central Bosnia.

    Podrinje region is usually considered way more lighter than Sarajevo region but some overlapping between them can be seen. One of the most interesting things about the region is the number of redheads which are considered nearly non existent in the Balkans thanks to German settlement in the silver and gold rich region.

    Krajina region doesn't steer of much from the "Aryan belt" of Northwest Slavonia and Slovenia.

    While in Tuzla/Solin region is probably one of the most "whitest" region on Balkans, because the Bosniaks there are just descendents of Hungarian, German and Polack Muslims (which fled from Central Europe when Ottomans fell back in mid 17th century) mixed with natives which survived the Great Plague.

    These are just mine observations from my travels on foot trough old Yugoslavia.

    Feel free to add pictures and add comments.
    Tuzla, Solin I have to change my name hehe
    You mean Solina

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sorab View Post
    Bosnjaks from Sandzak or Raka are recognizable and much darker than Serbs from the same area (Raka oblast and Zlatiborski okrug ).Been there many times btw.
    I honestly didn't see much difference between all the natives in the region, but Montenegrin villages I've visited when I moved south toward Ulcinj spiked in Norics and I saw few cases of extreme blondness which I didn't expect to find that south.

    Also what surprised me were a lot of uberlight Ghegs, which somehow just didn't feel to me that they belonged in the region somehow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sorab View Post
    Bosnjaks from Sandzak or Raka are recognizable and much darker than Serbs from the same area (Raka oblast and Zlatiborski okrug ).Been there many times btw.
    Yeah that figures since they're predominantly Islamized Montenegrins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gospodine View Post
    As long as you're not talking about Kosova Albos, then yes, you cluster far more with Southern Europe than Bosnians do.
    south albanians may be a bit darker but northalbanians from albania are same as kosovalbanians

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