traditional Greek folk costume, Astypalaea. Greece

Woman Wears the Dress of Astypalaia, One of the Dodecanese National Geographic’s Greece in Color from the Photographer: Maynard Owen Williams in the

Female town costume of Ydra @ Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece © Bridgeman Images

Female town costume of Ydra @ Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece © Bridgeman Images Saronic Islands

“Chryssomandilo”, bridal and festive costume from Astypalaia (Dodecanese, Greece), belonging to the Palatianou family, c. 1870

“Chryssomandilo”, bridal and festive costume from Astypalaia (Dodecanese, Greece), belonging to the Palatianou family, c.

Close-up of the embroideries on a sleeveless 'pirpiri'-like coat for women.  From northern Greece, ca. late 19th century.  (Met Museum, N.Y.)

Close-up of the embroideries on a sleeveless 'pirpiri'-like coat for women. From northern Greece, ca. (Met Museum, N.

Λεπτομέρεια της παραδοσιακής φορεσιάς απο την Περαχώρα Κορινθίας.

Λεπτομέρεια της παραδοσιακής φορεσιάς απο την Περαχώρα Κορινθίας.

Το σουργούτ (στολίδι στον κεφαλόδεσμο της γυναικείας φορεσιάς των Καπουτζήδων Θεσσαλονίκης) λειτουργούν ως ρυθμικό μουσικό όργανο, συνοδεύοντας το βάδισμα και τον χορό με τον λεπτό «ασημένιο» τους ήχο. / The sourgout (ornament to the headband female costume of Kapoutzides Thessaloniki) operating as a rhythmic instrument, accompanying walking and dancing to the minute "silver" sound.

The sourgout (ornament to the headband female costume of Kapoutzides Thessaloniki) operating as a rhythmic instrument, accompanying walking and dancing to the minute "silver" sound.


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