The Bunyevacs are originally a Croatian ethnic group from western Herzegovina. They moved from the Turks to the old Hungary, in the largest number in the second half of the 17th century, to the area marked by the Baja-Szabadka-Zombor triangle. In their dance tradition today, in addition to the characteristic round dances (kólos) of the Pannonian zone, there are also couple and triple dances. Several layers of tradition live together: the ancient (folk customs, round dances) and newer layers formed as a result of civic development. The men's dances are characterized by virtuosity, while the women's are characterized by restraint.