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Kroje (pronounced "kroy-eh") (singular: kroj) are folk costumes worn by Czechs and Slovaks. Gothic influence is seen in tying shawls and kerchiefs on the head. Fine pleats and gathered lace collars typify the Renaissance era. From Baroque bell-shaped skirts to delicate oriental patterns borrowed from Turkish invaders, these folk costumes show the complex growth of the Czech and the Slovak traditions.

Kroje (pronounced "kroy-eh") (singular: kroj) are folk costumes worn by Czechs and Slovaks. Gothic influence is seen in tying shawls and kerchiefs on the head. Fine pleats and gathered lace collars typify the Renaissance era. From Baroque bell-shaped skirts to delicate oriental patterns borrowed from Turkish invaders, these folk costumes show the complex growth of the Czech and the Slovak traditions.

1953 Slovakian Peasants Kroje Costume Cajkov Slovakia

1953 Slovakian Peasants Kroje Costume Cajkov Slovakia

1953 Slovakian Bride Costume Kroje Bosaca Slovakia

1953 Slovakian Bride Costume Kroje Bosaca Slovakia

Slovakian head dress #folk #clothing

Slovakian head dress #folk #clothing

Headpiece from Kalotaszeg

Headpiece from Kalotaszeg

bride (Kalotaszeg)

bride (Kalotaszeg)

Hungary/Transylvania Kalotaszeg

Hungary/Transylvania Kalotaszeg

Kalotaszeg (Hungarian)

Kalotaszeg (Hungarian)

Hungarian folk dress from Transylvania

Hungarian folk dress from Transylvania

Hungarian folk costumes

Hungarian folk costumes