www.villsethnoatlas.wordpress.com (Grecy, Greeks) Greece Types Traditional Costume 5 | eBay

www.villsethnoatlas.wordpress.com (Grecy, Greeks) Greece Types Traditional Costume 5 | eBay

'The Dance of Trata', a traditional feast held in Megara on the third day after Easter. Girls in traditional dress: photographed by Nelly's between 1933 to 1939.

'The Dance of Trata', a traditional feast held in Megara, Central Greece-on the third day after Easter. Girls in traditional dress: photographed by Nelly's between 1933 to

'The Dance of Trata', a traditional feast held in Megara on the third day after Easter. Girls in traditional dress: photographed by Nelly's between 1933 to 1939.

'The Dance of Trata', a traditional feast held in Megara, Central Greece-on the third day after Easter. Girls in traditional dress: photographed by Nelly's between 1933 to

1900-1910 Creator Razis George , Tinted photo of two women with local costumes from Attica, Greece. Inscriptions: Paysannes Greques. ΕΛΛΗΝΙΔΕΣ ΧΩΡΙΚΑΙ, ΕΛΛΑΣ- GRECE, CARTE POSTALE, Georges Razis Editeur, Athenes.

1900-1910 Creator Razis George , Tinted photo of two women with local costumes from Attica, Greece. Inscriptions: Paysannes Greques. ΕΛΛΗΝΙΔΕΣ ΧΩΡΙΚΑΙ, ΕΛΛΑΣ- GRECE, CARTE POSTALE, Georges Razis Editeur, Athenes.

Greece Costume Types | eBay - Macedonia traditional Greek costumes Liberation of Macedonia from the Ottoman yolk - History of Macedonia the ancient kingdom of Greece in modern times

Greece Costume Types | eBay - Macedonia traditional Greek costumes Liberation of Macedonia from the Ottoman yolk - History of Macedonia the ancient kingdom of Greece in modern times

Woman in a 1900's bridal traditional costume from Aharnes (Menidi) Αttica Greece. photo 1937. Nelly's.

Woman in a bridal traditional costume from Aharnes (Menidi) Αttica Greece.

Greece Man Wife in Local Dress of Attica Photo Kalligeris | eBay

Greece Man Wife in Local Dress of Attica Photo Kalligeris

Woman with local costume from Avlonas Attica. Owner of the photo is the Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation.

Woman with local costume from Avlonas Attica. Owner of the photo is the Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation.

www.villsethnoatlas.wordpress.com (Grecy, Greeks) Greece Types Traditional Costume 2 | eBay

www.villsethnoatlas.wordpress.com (Grecy, Greeks) Greece Types Traditional Costume 2 | eBay

www.villsethnoatlas.wordpress.com (Grecy, Greeks) 1916 Postcard, Greece Greek Costume Types | eBay

www.villsethnoatlas.wordpress.com (Grecy, Greeks) 1916 Postcard, Greece Greek Costume Types | eBay

www.villsethnoatlas.wordpress.com (Grecy, Greeks) Greece Types Traditional Costume | eBay

www.villsethnoatlas.wordpress.com (Grecy, Greeks) Greece Types Traditional Costume | eBay

Traditional costumes from Attica, Greece. Postcards, 1910s-1920s.

Traditional costumes from Attica, Greece.

www.villsethnoatlas.wordpress.com (Grecy, Greeks) Greek, via Flickr.

I am not sure about the origin of this albumen print. I suppose the Balkans or maybe Turkey. It is the size of a cabinet card but mounted on a much larger cardboard. No photographers imprint or blindstamp.

A girl dressed with the typical traditional costume of Messogia Attica Greece, worn by the engaged girls. early 20th.

A girl dressed with the typical traditional costume of Messogia Attica Greece, worn by the engaged girls.

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