A woman from Sinj (Signo), Croatia. The Serbs in the Adriatic.

Splitsko-Dalmatinsk, Sinj, Signo, Croatia, traditional, national costumes, Balkans, Dalmatia, Serbian
Woman from Sinj (Signo), Croatia. Splitsko-Dalmatinsk.

A woman from Sinj, Croatia, 1870.

(Signo, Splitsko-Dalmatinska), 

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

Note:  Peoples from Dalmacija. The peoples of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy.

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