Algerian women in their house-clothes, 19th century.

Algeria costumes. Traditional Algerian folk dresses. Arab woman house-clothes

Algerian women in their house-clothes.

Algerian women in their house-clothes

From “Full Peoples Gallery in images of all nations” by Friedrich Wilhelm Goedsche, Meissen, 1840.

Associated to:

  1. Algeria Maidservant slave in Algiers.
  2. Berber from Algeria, North Africa. Moorish nomads.
  3. Historical costumes from Africa, America and Oceania.
  4. Costumes of all countries by Alexandre Lacauchie 1850s.
  5. Historical and folk costumes by Franz Lipperheide.
  6. The costume of Turkey. Ottoman Empire 18th century.
  7. Africa, the landscape and the people 1931.
Note:  Tunisian arabs at a café of Tunis in 1910.

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