Greek shepherd. 19th century. The wooden stand which was used to keep the person motionless for the long exposure is visible nearvthe leg.

The wooden stand which was used to keep the person motionless for the long exposure is visible nearvthe leg.

The Sarakatsani (Greek: Σαρακατσάνοι) are an ethnic Greek population group, who were traditionally transhumant shepherds, native to Greece, with smaller presence in in neighbouring Bulgaria, southern Albania and the Republic of Macedonia.

A Sarakatsani woman and her two daughters, wearing daily costumes. Northern Greece, ca.

Νυφική φορεσιά Διδυμότειχου / Bridal costume of Didymóteicho in the Evros region of East Macedonia and Thrace, in NE Greece.

Traditional wedding dress from Didimoteixo (Greek Thrace/Thraki, on the border with Turkey).

ΚΑΡΩΤΗ ΕΒΡΟΥ Oι φωτογραφίες είναι από το λεύκωμα που κυκλοφόρησε το 2004 η…

ΚΑΡΩΤΗ ΕΒΡΟΥ Oι φωτογραφίες είναι από το λεύκωμα που κυκλοφόρησε το 2004 η…

Woman in festive costume from Kastoria, Macedonia Greece photo from the late 19th century.

Woman in festive costume from Kastoria, Macedonia Greece photo from the late century.

Rum (Anatolian Greek) women in festive costumes.  From the Sivrihisar region, in Central Anatolia, ca. 1900.

Rum (Anatolian Greek) women in festive costumes. From the Sivrihisar region, in Central Anatolia, ca.

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Traditional (Greek) costume from Crete. Late-Ottoman era, end of century. (Crete was a part of the Ottoman Empire until

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