European traditional ethnic folklore costumes, top: 1) Laplander from Finnmark County (Norway); 2) Girl from Blekinge (Sweden); 3-4) Fisherman and fisherman's wife from Bergen (Norway); 5) Mordvin (Finland/Russia); 6) Russian woman (formerly Gouvernement Tambow); 7) Polish Jewess; 8) Flemish lacemaker; 9) Milkmaid from Antwerp (Belgium); 10) Girl from Goes (Holland, Netherlands) 11) Girl from Antwerp; 12) Dairywoman from Amsterdam (Netherlands); 13) Dutsh fisherman; 14-15) Farmer's wife and farmer from Westphalia (Minden, Germany); 16) Country girl from Weizsaecker (formerly Pomerania, Germany); 17) Wendish girl (Lusatia, Germany); 18) Farmer from Weizsaecker (Pomerania); 19) Thuringian country boy (Germany); 20) Country girl from Altenburg (Thuringia, Germany); 21-22) Farmer and girl from Tegernsee (Bavaria, Germany); 23) Woman from Danstedt, near Halberstadt (Saxony-Anhalt, Germany); 24) Black forest (Schwarzwald) girl, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany; 25) Country girl from Neuland, near Neisse (formerly Silesia, Germany). Bottom: 1-2) Farmer and farmer's wife from Upper Austria; 3) Farmer from the Tatra Mountains (Slovakia, formerly Austria-Hungary); 4) Croatian farmer's wife; 5) Croatian mountain farmer; 6) Girl from Tyrol (Pustertal, South Tyrol); 7) Farmer from Tyrol (Merano); 8) Wallachia woman from Orsova (Romania); 9-12) Rural costumes from Brittany (France); 13) Spanish Torero; 14-15) Spanish farmer's women (A Coruña, Asturias); 16) Wealthy farmer from Catalonia, Spain; 17) Girl from Naples, Italy; 18) Pifferaro (shepherd) from Naples; 19) Girl from Trastevere (Rome, Italy); 20) Woman from Albona (Labin, Istria, Croatia); 21) Turkish woman from Thessaloniki (Greece, formerly Ottoman Empire); 22) Ulama from Thessaloniki; 23-24) Albanians from Ioannina (Greece, formerly Ottoman Empire). Chromolithograph, published in 1897.
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October 15th, 2020
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