[Slovak woman and children.]    Source: William Williams papers / Photographs of immigrants (more info)    Repository: The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.    See more information about this image and others at NYPL Digital Gallery.  Persistent URL: digitalgallery.nypl.org/nypldigital/id?418048

Slovak woman and her children arriving at Ellis Island, Circa By Augustus Sherman. My great grandparents came through Ellis Island from Slovakia

Orava, 1940. Let's face it. Slovak folk costumes are the most beautiful in the world.

Check out the puffy lace sleeve! mother and child from Orava, Slovakia.

Karol Plicka - Očová, Slovakia, Gazda in his leather coat

Or maybe his cloak is fur with embriodered embellishments--not this ornate or long Central Slovakia. Note: Very similar capes were worn also in parts of Hungary, and originally they come f.

One of the many interesting photos from the era of the first Slovak Republic during the Second World War.

Babywearing in history: One of the many interesting photos from the era of the first Slovak Republic during the Second World War.

Mladucha v krátkom kožuchu, zdobenom našívanými motívmi z farebnej kože. Stredné Slovensko, 1. polovica 20. storočia. SNM – Etnografické múzeum v Martine. Foto K. Plicka

Karol Plicka - Bride in a short coat - Slovak - Mladucha v krátkom kožuchu.

Oscypek is a smoked cheese made of salted sheep’s milk, made exclusively in the Tatra Mountains region of Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.

Centuries of traditional cheese making

Traditional cheesemakers in the Tatra Mountains making traditional Oscypek by hand

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