Princess Ileana of Romania, 1923

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Princess Ileana of Romania, 1923 boho ethnic fashion style gypsy eastern vintage white cotton blouse embroidered skirt

Ensemble, fourth quarter 19th century. Romanian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mabel Choate, 1940 (2009.300.5a–h)

Romanian folk costume has remained relatively unchanged and continues to be worn for festival occasions. The basic model for women consists of an embroidered blouse and skirt, belt, head scarf, and often a vest or jacket

This Cabinet Card features two sweet girls dancing and playing tambourines. They appear to be gypsies and are wearing traditional ethnic clothing. The photographer is Olga and the studio is located in Oravicza, Romania. From Cabinetcardgallary

This Cabinet Card features two sweet girls dancing and playing tambourines. They appear to be gypsies and are wearing traditional ethnic clothing. The photographer is Olga and the studio is located in Oravicza, Romania. From Cabinetcardgallary

Romania (Bran castle) - old photos - by Kurt Hielscher

very interesting Browse Pictures of Dracula Gallery The Count Dracula first appears in literature in a novel written in 1897 by an Irish author - Bram Stoker, named Dracula, in which he is the famous.

Romania (Bran castle) - old photos - by Kurt Hielscher

Romania (Bran castle) - old photos - by Kurt Hielscher

Romania - old photos - by Kurt Hielscher

Photos are taken from the book "Romania: nature, buildings, folk life" Kurt…

Romania (Biertan) - old photos - by Kurt Hielscher

Romania (Biertan) - old photos - by Kurt Hielscher

Vintage photograph of a Town Hall in Brasov in Romania - 1905

Vintage photograph of a Town Hall in Brasov in Romania - 1905

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