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Galicka svadba 2012 by hypertech

Married Woman's Costume of Skopska Crna Gora, Macedonia

FolkCostume: Costume of Skopska Crna Gora, Macedonia

Gorni Bitolski sela  young woman dressed for a festive occasion,turn of the 20th century  Košula alska (dress);  Alski šaak (bodice made of klašna);  Pojas (sash);  Alska futa (apron);  Pafti kubelii (large silver buckle) and  Skopec (strings of coins);  Darkma (white cotton scarf embroidered in one corner with red silk threads called  Gugan

Traditional festive costume of the upper villages of the Bitola district (in the southwestern part of the Republic of Macedonia). Late-Ottoman era, circa Macedonia was a part of the Ottoman Empire until

Bridal Mountain Costume, village of Drenok, Golo Brdo {{3 pages}} © Macedonian National Costumes Museum of Ethnology - Skopje 1963 [http://www.soros.org.mk/Konkurs/009/English/mak%20nosija.htm]:

Village of Drenok, Golo Brdo Macedonian National Costumes Museum of Ethnology - Skopje 1963

Traditional festive costume from Debar (western Macedonia).  Clothing style: early 20th century.

Traditional festive costume from Debar (western Macedonia).

Young girls from Mariovo

Young girls from Mariovo

Traditional festive costume of Prilep and Bitola Valley (Southern Macedonia). Early 20th century.

Traditional festive costume of Prilep and Bitola Valley (Southern Macedonia).

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