Women of Frosolone. Abruzzo folk costume.

Frosolone, Abruzzo, folk, costumes, Traditional, Italy, Costume, Traditionnel, Abruzzes,
Women of Frosolone. Abruzzo.

Women of Frosolone. Abruzzo folk costumes. Italy 1843.

Donne di Frosolone. Costumi popolari abruzzesi. Italia 1843.

Source: Manners, customs and costumes of all peoples of the world, based on authentic documents and and newer travel  by Auguste Wahlen.


Note:  Roman Costumes by Bartolomeo Pinelli. Women of Tivoli.

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