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Faces of Romania - Popular poet Nicolae Dirtu by judith

Stamp - Romania Traditional costumes

Stamps featuring traditional garb by b-island, via dai

100 years Romanian blouse, www.romaniasfriends.com

100 year old blouse.

Girl in Costume - Port din Cărbunar (Bănat)  Edit. Tip. şi Librăriei diecezane Caransebeş

Romania Gallery / Girl in Costume - Port din Cărbunar (Bănat)

traditional folk cosume hat - Nasaud, Romania

Traditional folk hat - Bistrita Nasaud, Romania Photography by Alexandru Uiuiu

Martisor is an over 8000 years old tradition, born in the lands where now Romania is. In the time of the Dacians (Romanian ancestors), spring symbols were made during winter and were worn starting with March 1st-8th...Men give them to thier lovers and mothers~

1 Martie - martisor (Romanian tradition on of March)

Vintage Traditional Romanian pillow,Romania

Rustic white, red and gray Vintage Traditional Romanian Hand Woven Pillow Cover…

simboluri dacice - Căutare Google

simboluri dacice - Căutare Google

Romanian earthenware bowls - beautiful.

The best DIY projects & DIY ideas and tutorials: sewing, paper craft, DIY. Beauty Tip / DIY Face Masks 2017 / 2018 Romanian earthenware bowls - beautiful.

Romania

If you love beautiful travel you really will appreciate this cool site!

Port din Tulghes, Romania

Port din Tulghes, Romania

Moldova Romania woman traditional dress Adolph Chevallier 1920s

Old Romania – Adolph Chevallier photography

Moldova Romania woman traditional dress Adolph Chevallier 1920s

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Snapshots of Dress in Old Romania

Romania - Colecţia de artă populară Silvia-Floarea Tóth

Vintage traditional Romanian costume --Transylvania, from the collection of the wonderful collector Silvia-Floarea Tóth Romanian textiles

Romania by Sorin Onişor

Romania by Sorin Onişor

Young woman in traditional costume, Bistrita Valley, Moldavia, north-east Romania, c1920-c1945. Depicting customs and traditional labour in the rural Carpathian Mountains in the first half of the 20th century. The main occupations in this area were the timber industry and livestock farming. The local community were Orthodox Christians who led a very conservative lifestyle.

Young woman in traditional costume, Bistrita Valley, Moldavia, north-east Romania, Artist: Adolph Chevalier

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