Lesnoto (Macedonian and Bulgarian: Лесното, "The Easy One" or "The Simple One"), or Lesno, is the name of a family of simple, popular folk dances from Macedonia, also done in Bulgaria and parts of neighboring Balkan countries. It is a line dance, usually done to a 7 beat meter organized in a slow (3 beats), quick (2 beats), quick (2 beats) rhythm, often abbreviated 3-2-2. The common factor of all the forms is a pattern of "three steps to the right, one step to the left". These are probably the most common dances in the region, done at parties and mehanas (cafes) to both traditional and modern music.

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