Romanian costume Câmpulung Moldovenesc - Suceava (Moldavia) Sheepskin jackets from Câmpulung Moldovenesc, Suceava, 1997 Sheepskin pieptar, edged with polecat fur and decorated with bands of embroidery in black and dark blue, purple and green, worn by both men and women. High Black căciulă (sheepskin shepherds hat) Photo taken at Hora Prislop festival, August 1997
Bukovina is a historical region in Central Europe, currently divided between Ukraine and Romania, located on the northern slopes of the central Eastern Carpathians and the adjoining plains.The name Bukovina came into official use in 1775.The official German name, die Bukowina, was derived from the Polish form Bukowina, which in turn was derived from the Ukrainian word, Буковина (Bukovyna), and the common Slavic form of buk, meaning beech tree.
Explore the north of Romania in 6 days and enjoy two of the most beautiful and well- preserved historical regions: Maramures and Bukovina. This is the best opportunity to discover Romanian folklore together with the popular painted monasteries, as well as other monuments protected by UNESCO. http://www.rolandia.eu/offer/visit-romanias-classic-northern-heritage/?utm_campaign=self-drive&utm_medium=refferal&utm_source=pinterest&utm_content=heritage