pontian traditional costume

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Ενδυμασία από την Καππαδοκία - Γιορτινή φορεσιά του 19ου αι.. Αρ. κατ. 6575

Ενδυμασία από την Καππαδοκία - Γιορτινή φορεσιά του 19ου αι.. Αρ. κατ. 6575

A Pontic Greek woman in traditional costume.

A Pontic Greek woman in traditional costume.

Pontic Greek women of Pontus

Pontic Greek women of Pontus

Pontic Greek women of Pontus

Pontic Greek women of Pontus

Pontic Greek women of Pontus

Pontic Greek women of Pontus

Pontic Greek women of Pontus

Pontic Greek women of Pontus

Traditional festive costumes of the 'Rum' (Greek-Orthodox) inhabitants from the Pontos region (Black Sea coast and hinterland).  Late-Ottoman era, urban style, early 20th century.  They were expelled from Turkey in 1923, in exchange for Muslim populations from Greece.  At this occasion Turkey lost a lot of cultural and economic potential, and the expelled lost their homeland.

Traditional festive costumes of the 'Rum' (Greek-Orthodox) inhabitants from the Pontos region (Black Sea coast and hinterland). Late-Ottoman era, urban style, early 20th century. They were expelled from Turkey in 1923, in exchange for Muslim populations from Greece. At this occasion Turkey lost a lot of cultural and economic potential, and the expelled lost their homeland.


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Soli of man (Pontos, Black Sea region of the Asia Minor, men's costume)

Soli of man (Pontos, Black Sea region of the Asia Minor, men's costume)

Greek dancer in Pontian dress

Greek dancer in Pontian dress

Pontic Greek women of Pontus

Pontic Greek women of Pontus

Αυθεντικές φορεσιές Πόντου από την Αργυρούπολη του Πόντου. Μουσείο βιβλιοθήκης " Κυριακίδης". Σύλλογος Ποντίων Νάουσας / Authentic Pontian costumes from the Pontic National Library of Argyroupolis “Kyriakides”. Efxinos Pontic Club of Naoussa.

Αυθεντικές φορεσιές Πόντου από την Αργυρούπολη του Πόντου. Μουσείο βιβλιοθήκης " Κυριακίδης". Σύλλογος Ποντίων Νάουσας / Authentic Pontian costumes from the Pontic National Library of Argyroupolis “Kyriakides”. Efxinos Pontic Club of Naoussa.

Traditional festive costumes of the Greek-Orthodox inhabitants from the Pontos region (Black Sea coast and hinterland).  Late-Ottoman era, urban style, early 20th century. This is a recent workshop-made copy, as worn by folk dance groups.

Traditional festive costumes of the Greek-Orthodox inhabitants from the Pontos region (Black Sea coast and hinterland). Late-Ottoman era, urban style, early 20th century. This is a recent workshop-made copy, as worn by folk dance groups.

Greek/pontian Genocide - Opinions Wanted! in Genocide - Γενοκτονία Forum

Greek/pontian Genocide - Opinions Wanted! in Genocide - Γενοκτονία Forum

Pontian Greeks lived in northern Turkey along the Black Sea.  Near the end of WWI, suffering a similar fate of Armenians, Pontian Greeks began an armed resistance, leading to what became known as the Pontus resistance (αντάρτικο του Πόντου in Greek), which lasted until 1923, when most of the population were expelled from Turkey to Greece.

Pontian Greeks lived in northern Turkey along the Black Sea. Near the end of WWI, suffering a similar fate of Armenians, Pontian Greeks began an armed resistance, leading to what became known as the Pontus resistance (αντάρτικο του Πόντου in Greek), which lasted until 1923, when most of the population were expelled from Turkey to Greece.

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Santeos: ΣΥΓΧΡΟΝΕΣ ΠΑΡΑΠΟΙΗΣΕΙΣ ΤΗΣ ΠΑΡΑΔΟΣΙΑΚΗΣ ΦΟΡΕΣΙΑΣ Τ...

Pontic women

Pontic women

Pontos means sea. Pontioi used to live between Russia and Turkey. They were Greeks sent there in Byzantine era to protect the borders. They were strong passionate people. After the last wars between Turkey and Greece, there was a population exchange, so many of them had to leave their land to come to Greece. Many of them were killed, that is why they always wear black. They show their constant grieve. Their costume is complete with a pair of sharp knives.

Pontos means sea. Pontioi used to live between Russia and Turkey. They were Greeks sent there in Byzantine era to protect the borders. They were strong passionate people. After the last wars between Turkey and Greece, there was a population exchange, so many of them had to leave their land to come to Greece. Many of them were killed, that is why they always wear black. They show their constant grieve. Their costume is complete with a pair of sharp knives.

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