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Heľpa village, Horehronie region, Central Slovakia.

Heľpa village, Horehronie region, Central Slovakia.

A folk costume of Slovakia.

A folk costume of Slovakia.

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slovak wedding | Tumblr

slovak wedding | Tumblr

Horný Tisovník village, Podpoľanie region, Central Slovakia.

Horný Tisovník village, Podpoľanie region, Central Slovakia.

Modrotlačová bordúra zo zástery. Horehronie, začiatok 20. storočia. Archív diapozitívov Ústavu etnológie SAV. Foto H. Bakaljarová, 1989

Modrotlačová bordúra zo zástery. Horehronie, začiatok 20. storočia. Archív diapozitívov Ústavu etnológie SAV. Foto H. Bakaljarová, 1989

Slovak Renaissance - photo-project by Slovak photographer PETRA LAJDOVÁ documenting traditional Slovak headdresses. Parta, Vajnory. © Petra Lajdová

Slovak Renaissance - photo-project by Slovak photographer PETRA LAJDOVÁ documenting traditional Slovak headdresses. Parta, Vajnory. © Petra Lajdová

Šumiac village, Horehronie region, Central Slovakia.

Šumiac village, Horehronie region, Central Slovakia.

Slovak village (by Marek Švantner)

Slovak village (by Marek Švantner)

Folk costumes from village Heľpa (Horehronie region, Central Slovakia) as we know then nowaday are the most “modern” folk costumes in Slovakia, since they were developed even during second half of 20th century. Embroideries are machine-made and colors are unusual - bright pink, light pink and pink in general.

Folk costumes from village Heľpa (Horehronie region, Central Slovakia) as we know then nowaday are the most “modern” folk costumes in Slovakia, since they were developed even during second half of 20th century. Embroideries are machine-made and colors are unusual - bright pink, light pink and pink in general.

Cap

Cap

Slovak  Cap Date: 1890–1910 Medium: cotton, wool, silk Accession Number: 2009.300.2654

Slovak Cap Date: 1890–1910 Medium: cotton, wool, silk Accession Number: 2009.300.2654

Pohorela - stare18

Pohorela - stare18

Rare wooden bell tower with folk houses in background. These preserved constructions are located in open-air museum of Liptov Village, Slovakia. This open-air museum shows typical folk architecture of Slovak rural communities and their life-style from 14th to early 20th century.

Rare wooden bell tower with folk houses in background. These preserved constructions are located in open-air museum of Liptov Village, Slovakia. This open-air museum shows typical folk architecture of Slovak rural communities and their life-style from 14th to early 20th century.

Slovak folk costume embroidery, Pliesovce

Slovak folk costume embroidery, Pliesovce