Greek traditional costumes

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Vintage Gypsy,  Athens Museum. At my age, it won't be long before LuLu's in a museum herself!! LOL

Athens Museum

Vintage Gypsy, Athens Museum. At my age, it won't be long before LuLu's in a museum herself!! LOL

19th–early 20th century Greek Ensemble

19th–early 20th century Greek Ensemble

Greece,1913 by Auguste Léon (NO, these are the ladies I played basketball with in San Miguel Mexico 2005)!!!!! Aye karumba chicas!!

Greece,1913 by Auguste Léon (NO, these are the ladies I played basketball with in San Miguel Mexico 2005)!!!!! Aye karumba chicas!!

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Traditional bridal belt. Late-Ottoman era, ca. 1900. Greek, from Thrace .

Traditional bridal belt. Late-Ottoman era, ca. 1900. Greek, from Thrace .

Macedonia - Vlahoi, Serron / Μακεδονία - Βλάχοι, Σερρών # Ελληνικές Ενδυμασίες Κατερίνα Βάλβη - Νίκη Αγιασματζή

Macedonia - Vlahoi, Serron / Μακεδονία - Βλάχοι, Σερρών # Ελληνικές Ενδυμασίες Κατερίνα Βάλβη - Νίκη Αγιασματζή

Traditional women costume of the Greek-Orthodox inhabitants of the Pontos region (Black Sea coast and hinterland).  Style: early 20th century.  The Greek-Orthodox were expelled from Turkey in 1923, in exchange for Muslim populations from Greece.  At this occasion Turkey lost considerable cultural and economic potential, and the expelled lost their homeland.

Traditional women costume of the Greek-Orthodox inhabitants of the Pontos region (Black Sea coast and hinterland). Style: early 20th century. The Greek-Orthodox were expelled from Turkey in 1923, in exchange for Muslim populations from Greece. At this occasion Turkey lost considerable cultural and economic potential, and the expelled lost their homeland.

Φορεσιά Σαρακατσάνας της Αττικής,αρχές 20ου αιώνα(Αθήνα,Μουσείο Ελληνικής Λαϊκής Τέχνης)

Φορεσιά Σαρακατσάνας της Αττικής,αρχές 20ου αιώνα(Αθήνα,Μουσείο Ελληνικής Λαϊκής Τέχνης)

Greek-orthodox festive costumes of the Konya-Niğde region (Cappadocia).  Clothing style: early 20th century.  The dancers use wooden spoons as a kind of castanets; they ‘borrowed’ the tradition from the Turks, who call these dances ‘kaşık oyunları’ (spoon play/dances).

Greek-orthodox festive costumes of the Konya-Niğde region (Cappadocia). Clothing style: early 20th century. The dancers use wooden spoons as a kind of castanets; they ‘borrowed’ the tradition from the Turks, who call these dances ‘kaşık oyunları’ (spoon play/dances).

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