Tatarian - Subgroups

Subgroups

The majority of the Tatar population are Volga Tatars, native to the Volga region. Smaller notable subgroups include the Crimean Tatars, Lipka Tatars and Astrakhan Tatars in Europe and the Siberian Tatars in Asia.

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