Inhabitant in folk dress from Hallingdal Norway

Norwegian folk dress. Traditional Norway National costume.

Inhabitant from Hallingdal Norway

Inhabitant in folk dress from Hallingdal Norway.

Suède, Norwège et Danemark. Nº5 Habitant d’Aal dans Hallingdal (Norwège).

Gallery: Folk dresses from Norway, Dutch, Germany and Hungaria.

 

Note:  Historic costumes from Hardanger, Norway 1888.

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