Kolo is a folk dance widespread in Serbia and a vital form of traditional culture. In addition to the Serbian Orthodox community which considers kolo an indicator of their national identity, it is also performed by other ethnic and confessional groups. Kolo is performed by members of all societal, professional and age groups, both in rural and urban areas.
The oldest versions of kolo (moravac and kukunješ) were recorded in the territory of Central Serbia in the second half of 19th century, and this area may be considered the hotspot of development for various musical and dance versions of kolo. In the course of time this dance spread throughout Serbia, while dancing kolo is also present in other areas of the region as well as in diaspora.
Traditional folk dance Kolo, inscribed in 2017 (12.COM) on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.