Woman from Grisons Upper Engadine.
In the area around the city of St. Gallen, a traditional costume was once worn that still lives on today (1896) in that of the Appenzeller women
Woman from St. Gallen from the former princely land.
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People from Lucerne Entlebuch.
Woman from Uri Schächental.
Man from Schaffhausen Unterklettgau.
Woman from Appenzell Innerrhoden.
Woman from Aargau in Freiaemter.
Woman from Bern Simmental. Source: The Swiss national costumes of XVII – XIX century originals. Original recordings from the Swiss costume festival. Zurich 14 March 1896. Additional galleries of Switzerland costumes:… Read More
Traditional French Headdresses from La Rochelle, La Vendee, Poitou in 1867 1,6,7, La Rochelle. 2,3, La Vendee. 4,5,8, Poitou