being a folk dancer is like....

<3 https://www.facebook.com/pages/%CE%A7%CE%9F%CE%A1%CE%95%CE%A5%CE%A4%CE%99%CE%9A%CE%9F%CE%A3-%CE%9B%CE%91%CE%9F%CE%93%CE%A1%CE%91%CE%A6%CE%99%CE%9A%CE%9F%CE%A3-%CE%9F%CE%9C%CE%99%CE%9B%CE%9F%CE%A3-%CE%A3%CE%A4%CE%97%CE%A3%CE%99%CE%A7%CE%9F%CE%A1%CE%9F%CE%A3/165430433482392
288 Pins95 Followers
Bridal and festival costume from Makra Yefyra, Thrace, a region that is now part of Turkey. 19th-20th century. Museum of Greek Folk Art, Athens, Greece. [http://www.melt.gr/en/collection/the-collection/costumes-components; http://attica.unipi.gr/culture/article.php?article_id=110&lang=en; http://www.europeana.eu/portal/record/08540/_popup_php_photo_id_2643_lang_gr.html]

Bridal and festival costume from Makra Yefyra, Thrace, a region that is now part of Turkey. Museum of Greek Folk Art, Athens, Greece.

Front and back of a woman’s festive dress from Nigde, Cappadokia made completely of bright colour felt an contrasting silk cord embroidery. - 1900's

Woman’s festive dress from Nigde, Cappadokia made completely of bright colour felt an contrasting silk cord embroidery.

Greek Beauty by TAKIS DIAMANTOPOULOS

Alexandria, also known as Ghidás, Imathia. The region was formally known as Roumlouki (land of the Greeks).The characteristic headdresshe from the bridal costume .Photo by Takis Diamantopoulos

I've missed them so much! My mind travels in 2014. #stisixoros #carnival #naoussa_2014

Naoussa, Painted papier mache or wood. The busiest time for Naoussa, Greece, is the carnival period, when the custom of 'Boules' (men dressed in traditional costumes and takes place and the whole city drinks and dances in the streets.

The women’ costume worn in Drymos called rintoudia (taking the name from rintoudi)

The women’s traditional festive costume worn in Drymos (near Thessaloníki, northern Greece).

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.

Pinterest
Search