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GR~~Ηπειρος-Ιωαννινα (Costume of a noblewoman from Ioannina. The gown called a Kavadi , podies , waistcoat , sleeveless open over coat pirpiri and a small fez called a kapitseli. The slippers decorated with pearls. Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Folklore, Empire Ottoman, Vintage Outfits, Larp, Folk Costume, Ethnic Fashion, Traditional Dresses
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Costume of a noblewoman from Ioannina. The gown called a Kavadi , podies , waistcoat , sleeveless open over coat pirpiri and a small fez called a kapitseli. The slippers decorated with pearls. 18th c

Bridal costume from Salamina Island Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece Credit to: Bridgeman Images Greek Traditional Dress, Traditional Fashion, Traditional Outfits, Costume Tribal, Folk Costume, Period Costumes, Dance Costumes, Greek Costumes, Historical Costume
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Bridal costume from Salamina Island

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Coptic cloth from Byzantine Museum in Athens.

Coptic cloths / Коптски дрехи

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Thrace's Folk Costumes in Benaki Museum, Athens. Costume Shop, Folk Costume, Kai, Benaki Museum, Costumes Around The World, Dance Costumes, Greek Costumes, Greek Culture, Folk Dance
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Folk Costumes, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece

Antonis Benakis, scion of one of the leading families of the Greek diaspora, was born in Alexandria in 1873. He was witness to the vibrant tradition of national benefaction which, from the earliest years of Greek independence, was so clearly manifest amongst the Greek communities abroad. Benakis began his career as a collector in Alexandria, gradually reaching the decision to donate his collections to the Greek state, an idea which became reality after he settled permanently in Athens in…

TRAVEL'IN GREECE I Sarakatsan Costume, Greek Traditional Dress, Traditional Fashion, Traditional Outfits, Costume Shop, Folk Costume, Greek Dancing, Costumes Around The World, Islamic Paintings, Greek History
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Two women’s Sarakatsans nomad costume, Thrace. Gypsy Costume, Folk Costume, Empire Ottoman, Costumes Around The World, International Clothing, Greek Clothing, Ethnic Fashion, Historical Clothing, Traditional Dresses
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TEXtile and apparel EuroMEDiterranean heritage for Innovation, is a transnational project cofinanced by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) in the framework of the European Territorial Cooperation objective by the MED Programme.

Folk Costumes, Benaki Museum (Athens) by David. Greek Traditional Dress, Traditional Outfits, Benaki Museum, Period Outfit, Athens Greece, Mykonos Greece, Crete Greece, Folk Costume, Ottoman
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Folk Costumes, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece

Antonis Benakis, scion of one of the leading families of the Greek diaspora, was born in Alexandria in 1873. He was witness to the vibrant tradition of national benefaction which, from the earliest years of Greek independence, was so clearly manifest amongst the Greek communities abroad. Benakis began his career as a collector in Alexandria, gradually reaching the decision to donate his collections to the Greek state, an idea which became reality after he settled permanently in Athens in…

NICOLAS SPERLING Peasant Woman's Dress (Dodecanese, Nisyros) 1930 lithograph on paper after original watercolour Greek Traditional Dress, Traditional Fashion, Traditional Outfits, Costume Shop, Folk Costume, Greek Dancing, Greek Dress, Greek Royalty, Thasos
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Greek folk clothing in the Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation & Folk Art Museum, Nafplion

Greek folk costumes in the Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation & Folk Art Museum, Nafplion

Private collection of all manner of folk art that was created in more modern times, from the 17th/18th century to present day, and features a strong textile collection. One of the few museums that does not focus on ancient items from Greece.

Bridal or festive costume of Soufli, Thrace Early century ©Peloponnesian… Greek Traditional Dress, Traditional Outfits, Gypsy Costume, Folk Costume, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Greek Clothing, Folk Clothing, Antique Clothing
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Bridal or festive costume of Soufli, Thrace Early 20th century ©Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

Costumes, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece this was the most AMAZING place if you LOVE textiles :) Greek Traditional Dress, Traditional Fashion, Traditional Outfits, Benaki Museum, Empire Ottoman, Hand Embroidery Dress, Costumes Around The World, Ethnic Dress, Greek Clothing
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Costumes, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece

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europeanafashion: “ Women’s costume of Elymbos, Karpathos, Dodecanese Early century ©Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece ” Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Kai, Greek Fashion, Greek Culture, Dance Costumes, Greek Costumes, Textiles, Folk Costume

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Women’s costume of Elymbos, Karpathos, Dodecanese Early 20th century ©Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

Macedonia's Folk Costumes in Benaki Museum, Athens.

Folk Costumes, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece

Antonis Benakis, scion of one of the leading families of the Greek diaspora, was born in Alexandria in 1873. He was witness to the vibrant tradition of national benefaction which, from the earliest years of Greek independence, was so clearly manifest amongst the Greek communities abroad. Benakis began his career as a collector in Alexandria, gradually reaching the decision to donate his collections to the Greek state, an idea which became reality after he settled permanently in Athens in…

Bridal costume of Alexandria (Yidas), Imathia, Macedonia Early century ©Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece This bridal costume was worn in about fifty villages in the plain of. Greek Traditional Dress, Traditional Outfits, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Kai, Greek Culture, Folk Dance, Ethnic Dress, Folk Costume
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Bridal costume of Alexandria (Yidas), Imathia, Macedonia Early 20th century ©Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece This bridal costume was worn in about fifty villages in the plain of...

Folk Costumes, Benaki Museum (Athens) by David. Greek Traditional Dress, Traditional Outfits, Folk Fashion, Ethnic Fashion, Greek Costumes, Dance Costumes, Greece Art, Athens Greece, Benaki Museum
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Folk Costumes, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece

Antonis Benakis, scion of one of the leading families of the Greek diaspora, was born in Alexandria in 1873. He was witness to the vibrant tradition of national benefaction which, from the earliest years of Greek independence, was so clearly manifest amongst the Greek communities abroad. Benakis began his career as a collector in Alexandria, gradually reaching the decision to donate his collections to the Greek state, an idea which became reality after he settled permanently in Athens in…

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Folk Costumes, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece

Antonis Benakis, scion of one of the leading families of the Greek diaspora, was born in Alexandria in 1873. He was witness to the vibrant tradition of national benefaction which, from the earliest years of Greek independence, was so clearly manifest amongst the Greek communities abroad. Benakis began his career as a collector in Alexandria, gradually reaching the decision to donate his collections to the Greek state, an idea which became reality after he settled permanently in Athens in…