People from village Zdiar in the Goral folk-costumes in Slovakia!  Ždiar is a village and municipality in the Poprad District in the Prešov Region in Spiš in northern Slovakia. (V)

People from village Zdiar in the Goral folk-clothing in Slovakia! Ždiar is a village and municipality in the Poprad District in the Prešov Region in Spiš in northern 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.

Bracovce (Zemplín), 1925, sestry

Bracovce (Zemplín), 1925, sestry

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#Očová #Podpoľanie #Slovensko #Словакия #Slovakia

Karol Plicka - Očová

The Queen of the overtone flutes with a length of up to 2 metres, played in a standing position. They have their origins in the three-hole bass flutes of the

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#Očová #Podpoľanie #Slovensko #Словакия #Slovakia

Slovak - Očová (Podpoľanie) - Sloveni on Facebook

Slovak - Očová (Podpoľanie) - Sloveni on Facebook

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#Očová #Podpoľanie #Slovensko #Словакия #Slovakia

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Male folk costumes from town Detva and nearby areas (Podpoľanie region, Central Slovakia) are know for having extra short shirts that don’t cover belly. That’s why people wearing these costumes were called holopupkári - “those with nude bellies”.

Male folk costumes from town Detva and nearby areas (Podpoľanie region, Central Slovakia) are know for having extra short shirts that don’t cover belly. That’s why people wearing these costumes were called holopupkári (“those with nude bellies”)

Cepcenie, Ocova, Slovakia

Cepcenie, Ocova, Slovakia

Cepcenie, Ocova, Slovakia

Cepcenie, Ocova, Slovakia

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