Magyars dancing the Czárdás. Austro-Hungarian.

Magyars, Czárdás, Hungary, national, costumes, Folklore, Dance
Peoples from Hungary, Magyars, dancing the Czárdás

Magyars dancing the Czárdás.

Source: The peoples of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy. Published by Johann Nepomuk Vernay, Austria, 1896.

Illustration, damasks, ornament
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