Andalusian peasants from Cordoba, Spain 1878.

Spain Andalusian peasants folk dress

Spain. Types Andalusians. Peasants From Cordoba 1878.

Andalusian peasants from Cordoba, Spain 1878.

Espagne. Types Andalous. Paysans De Cordoue 1878. Gravé par Laplante d’après un Dessin de Maillard

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