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Traditional Greek Thracian folk costume from Makra Gefyra displayed in the Benaki Museum in Athens, Greece.

Traditional Bulgarian Thracian folk costume from Makra Gefyra displayed in the Benaki Museum in Athens, Greece.

Faces of Greece - traditional clothing decoupage cabinet Shimmy -- belly dance instructional system 26 complete workouts for wellness, sensuality and confidence. www.shimmy.tv

Faces of Greece - traditional clothing decoupage cabinet Shimmy -- belly dance instructional system 26 complete workouts for wellness, sensuality and confidence.

Front and back Thessaloniki district, Liti and Drymos festive costumes of Thessaloniki. Early 20th century. Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece.

Front and back Thessaloniki district, Liti and Drymos festive costumes with the characteristic hair ornaments “bapkes” and the head ornament “sourgoutsa”, a metal tassel in the form of a pin.

Greek Womans Town Costume (Aegean Islands, Hydra) - Greek Costume Collection by NICOLAS SPERLING (Russia 1881-1940 / act: Athens).

Greek Womans Town Costume (Aegean Islands, Hydra) - Greek Costume Collection by…

Traditional Greek festive dress from Makra Gefyra (now: Uzunköprü, in Turkish Thrace) with its embroidered overcoat known by the name of “terliki”. Early 20th century. (Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion).

The older bridal version of the Makra Gefyra (Zaloufi) festive dress with its embroidered overcoat known by the name of “terliki”. A special effect is created by the white felt boots Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion Early century.

#33 - Peasant Woman's Costume (Euboea, Aidipsos)

NICOLAS SPERLING Peasant Woman's Costume (Euboea, Aidipsos lithograph on paper after original watercolour

Traditional costume of a Vlach woman.  Photo: Archive of "Lykion ton Ellinidon" (=Lyceum of Greek Women) of Larissa

Central Greece, Traditional woman's costume of the Vlachs. Photo: Archive of "Lykion ton Ellinidon" (=Lyceum of Greek Women) of Larissa

Two costumes from Corinthia and Stymphalia, Peloponnese of the same sartorial  family worn before the middle of the 19th c. in all Peloponnese and central Greece. Each  village bears a particular group of embroideries on all costume parts.  Size 	Right: H(chemise)1.30 - (bodice)0.36 - (coat)0.75, Left: H(chemise)1.27 - (bodice)0.31 - (coat)0.85 m  Date 	Early 20th c.

Two costumes from Corinthia and Stymphalia, Peloponnese of the same sartorial family worn before the middle of the c. in all Peloponnese and central Greece. Each village bears a particular group of embroideries on all costume parts.

Roumlouki, Macedonia

NICOLAS SPERLING Festive Dress (Macedonia, Roumlouki) 1930 lithograph on paper after original watercolour

The bridal/festive costume of Kastelorizo Island (a few km south of Kaş). Early 20th century.

NICOLAS SPERLING Peasant Woman's Bridal Dress (Dodec, Kastellorizo) 1930 lithograph on paper after original watercolour

Festival costume which consists of a tunic ,pokamisso , black woolen sigouna , apron and embroidered langiolia. Valtos region 19th c

Festival costume which consists of a tunic ,pokamisso , black woolen sigouna , apron and embroidered langiolia. Valtos region c

mikapanteleon-PawakomastoNhpiagwgeio: 25η Μαρτίου (3) - Μια βόλτα στα Μουσεία

Amalia (Αμαλίας) the urban dress of the Athenian woman, named after the first queen of Greece who established it as the formal attire of the Royal Court @ National Historical Museum, Athens, Greece

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