Bride from Liptovské Sliače, Slovakia. Carpathian.

Slovakian girl. Carpathian Bride. Liptovské Sliače. Traditional wedding costume. Beautiful embroidery design.

Bride in wedding dress from Liptovské Sliače (Tri Sliače), Slovakia.

Traditional wedding costume from Liptovské Sliače, Slovakia.

Liptovské Sliače is a village in the valley of Podtatranská Basin and belongs to the geomorphology of the inner Carpathian region, geographically the Low Tatras. The village consists of three local parts. These were formerly independent villages and were called Tri Sliače.

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