Woman from Hallingdal Norway

Hallingdal, Norway, folk dress, costume,
Woman from Hallingdal Norway. Nº2 Femme de Aal dans Hallingdal. (Norwège).

No. 2 Woman from Ål in Hallingdal (Norway).

Suède, Norwège et Danemark. Nº2 Femme de Aal dans Hallingdal. (Norwège).

Ål (or Aal) is a Norwegian village and municipality in the Hallingdal valley and Viken county.

Source: Costumes de Suède, Norvége, Danemark, Hollande et Allemagne. Paris, Aux bureaux des journaux, Les Modes parisiennes, La Toilette de Paris & Le petit journal pour rire (1868). Dessinés par Belin.

Illustration, damasks, ornament
Note:  Hardanger costume. Norway 1896
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