Tag Archives: Albanian national costumes

Dinner at Crisso. In the house of the bishop of Salona.

The bishop of Salona. Crisso Greece. Ottoman empire costumes 19th century

Dinner at Crisso. The bishop of Salona.

Dinner at Crisso. In the house of the bishop of Salona.

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Albanian folk characters in the 18th century.

Souliote woman costume. Traditional Albania costumes. Femme Souliote.

Souliote Woman

Albanian folk characters in the 18th century.

  • Souliote Woman
  • Albanian Prémiti or Toxide.
  • Albanian woman from Sikyon. Sikyon was an ancient city-state on the northern Peloponnese between Corinth and Achaia (Pellene).
  • Reis Efendi Barbaresque.
  • Albanian soldier.

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Woman in traditional costume from Shkodra Albania 1910s.

Woman from Shkodra. Traditional Albania costume.

Woman from Shkodra Albania 1910s.

Woman in traditional costume from Shkodra Albania 1910s.

Albanian soldier in fustanella during Ottoman Empire.

Albania, Ottoman empire, soldier, fustanella, dress, national costume, Amedeo Preziosi, fashion, history, historical,

Albanian soldier in fustanella

Albanian soldier in fustanella during Ottoman Empire.

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Albanian Turk soldier with gun and sword. Ottoman empire military.

Turk soldier with gun and sword. Traditional Albanian dress. Amedeo Preziosi

Albanian turk soldier

Ottoman Empire Costume of Albanian turk soldier.

From the book: Stamboul, Recollections of Eastern Life by Amedeo Preziosi. Published by Lemercier Paris 1861.

Woman in traditional Albanian costume.

Traditional Albanian costume. Albania folk dress. Amedeo Preziosi

Albanian woman

Woman in traditional Albanian costume. Ottoman empire.

From the book: Stamboul, Recollections of Eastern Life by Amedeo Preziosi. Published by Lemercier Paris 1861.

An Albanian with large pipe. Shqiperia of the Ottoman Empire.

Traditional Albania national costume. Shqiperia dress Ottoman Empire. Octavian Dalvimart.

An Albanian (Shqiperia).

An Albanian, Shqiperia during the Ottoman Empire in 1800.

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