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Bridal and festival costume from Makra Yefyra, Thrace, a region that is now part of Turkey. Museum of Greek Folk Art, Athens, Greece. Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Dance Costumes, Greek Costumes, Costume Ethnique, Festival Costumes, Ethnic Dress, Greek Clothing, Folk Costume

Γυναικεία ενδυμασία Μακράς Γέφυρας Θράκης

Γυναικεία ενδυμασία Μακράς Γέφυρας Θράκης, 19ος-20ός αι. Αθήνα, Μουσείο Ελληνικής Λαϊκής Τέχνης, Α. Μ. 5096 Νυφική και γιορτινή ενδυμασία Μακράς Γέφυρας. Η περιοχή απ’ όπου προέρχεται η φορεσιά, ανήκει σήμερα στην Τουρκία. Με την ανταλλαγή των πληθυσμών, οι κάτοικοι της διασκορπίστηκαν στη Δυτική Μακεδονία και τη Θράκη. Αποτελείται από βαμβακερό πουκάμισο και αμάνικο μονοκόμματο φουστάνι κεντημένο με ειδικά μοτίβα. Το πανωφόρι είναι μανικωτό ολοκέντητο όπως και η ποδιά. Τη μέση τη ζώνουν με…

Greek Independence Day Parade in Avenue, NYC ~ March 2014 Greek Independence, Independence Day Parade, Mykonos, Greek Blue, Foto Poster, Greek History, Greek Culture, Folk Costume, Ancient Greece

Greeks' strong pride for their culture and heritage is one that continues from generation to generation. We all must perpetuate our amazing culture to preserve it for years to come!

Greece: The Greek costume is highly unique, with no other country similar to it. Greeks are very proud of their military tradition, and treat these costume-donning regulars on the public squares of Athens with great respect. We Are The World, People Around The World, Albania, Montenegro, Mykonos, Bulgaria, Military Guard, Empire Ottoman, Folk

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by Dimitris Harisiadis Rural wedding. Bogiati (today named Agios Stephanos), Attica, Greece, 1950.

A version of the Attica bridal dress worn in all the villages round Athens. The chemise border embroidery composed of extremely difficult and imaginative motifs, was often covered with gold embroidery, a gift from the bride groom to the bride. Gold Embroidery, Embroidery Fashion, Border Embroidery, Period Costumes, Dance Costumes, Greek Costumes, Greek Traditional Dress, Traditional Outfits, Historical Costume

A version of the Attica bridal dress worn in all the villages round Athens. The chemise border embroidery composed of extremely difficult and imaginative motifs, was often covered with gold embroidery, a gift from the bride groom to the bride. - mi 19th

Of course some men do wear skirts. Before trousers were invented, all men wore skirts and some parts of the world have still not adop.

Traditional Greek costume

Dora Stratou dance theatre Excursions in Athens

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 Shantytown of Aspropirgos, near Athens.

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Bridal costumes from Attica and Tanagra in Boeotia, Central Greece @ Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece © David & Bonnie Greek Traditional Dress, Traditional Fashion, Traditional Outfits, Greece Art, Athens Greece, Greece Costume, Benaki Museum, Folk Clothing, Folk Fashion

Folk Costumes, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece

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CDV from Athens, Greece Man in Native Costume with Rifle and Pistol ca

CDV from Greece Man in Native Costume with Rifle and Pistol Ca 1860s

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Folk Costumes, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece

Antonis Benakis, scion of one of the leading families of the Greek diaspora, was born in Alexandria in 1873. He was witness to the vibrant tradition of national benefaction which, from the earliest years of Greek independence, was so clearly manifest amongst the Greek communities abroad. Benakis began his career as a collector in Alexandria, gradually reaching the decision to donate his collections to the Greek state, an idea which became reality after he settled permanently in Athens in…