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Slavic Hillforts and Fortified Settlements in Slovakia and related countries from to Century

Doba yuppíků 1980

Doba yuppíků 1980

SLOVAK FOLK COSTUME Liptov embroidery blouse ethnic vest skirt bonnet apron KROJ

SLOVAK FOLK COSTUME Liptov embroidery blouse ethnic vest skirt bonnet apron KROJ

Item Authentic Slovak Folk Costume from Liptov Region. The costume includes a blouse, apron, skirt, vest, and bonnet.

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.

Uhorským šlachtičnám v roku 1790 určovala módnu líniu hlavne najnovšia francúzka móda

Uhorským šlachtičnám v roku 1790 určovala módnu líniu hlavne najnovšia francúzka móda

Slovakia in the 19th and 20th century | Slavorum

Most of pictures illustrate rural Slovakia and its peasants who are bearers of Slovak folk culture which is basically pagan, thus interesting for Slavdom as such.

šaty z modrotlače ( wedding dress from a typical slovac textil fabric "modrotlač")

šaty z modrotlače ( wedding dress from a typical slovac textil fabric "modrotlač") Wouldn't that be a cool way to honor my Czech/Slovak/Hungarian roots

Slovak Rolls, Kolach Rolls. These come from my Slovak Grandmother and were enjoyed at Christmas and other times of the year. Rich yeast dough rolled with fillings of walnut or popy seeds.

Our family has a similar one Slovak Rolls, Kolach Rolls. These come from my Slovak Grandmother and were enjoyed at Christmas and other times of the year. Rich yeast dough rolled with fillings of walnut or popy seeds.

Dancing in Hungary

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(1) Letné parádenie príbytkov: hrniec a FOLK ploter na stene / LUXURYday » SAShE.sk - slovenský handmade dizajn

(1) Letné parádenie príbytkov: hrniec a FOLK ploter na stene / LUXURYday » SAShE.sk - slovenský handmade dizajn

Emil Orlík - Štúdia Slovenky / Study of a Slovak girl (1910–1920)

Emil Orlík - Štúdia Slovenky / Study of a Slovak girl

Slovaks celebrating independence in Bratislava, January 1, 1993.  Officially, The Slovak Republic came into existence on January 1, 1993.      Except for a brief period during World War II, during which Slovakia was a    protectorate state of Nazi Germany, the Slovak people have been the subjects of stronger political entities, such as the Czechs of the Czechoslovak federation, the    Magyars of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and the sovereigns of the Habsburg Empire.

Slovakia got their Freedom from what is now called Czech Republic on January Before the Czech Republic and Slovakia were one they were called Czechoslovakia. This was a very important time in Slovakian History.

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