A man in Serbian traditional costume from Karlobag.

Karlobag, Croatia, National, Costume, Balkan, Folklore,
A man from Karlobag. MUŠKA NOŠNJA IZ KARLOBAGA.

A man in Serbian traditional costume from Karlobag. 

(MUŠKA NOŠNJA IZ KARLOBAGA)

Karlobag (Italian Carlopago, Latin Vegium) is a seaside resort in Croatia on the Adriatic Sea, below the Velebit Mountains and is located opposite the island of Pag on the Velebit Channel.

Source: The Serbs in the Adriatic. Their types and costumes. Published 1870-1878. Brockhaus Leipzig Germany.

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Note:  A man in traditional clothing from Rovinj Santa Eufemia Croatia.

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