Marriage Hut of Arab Fellahin with the Newly Married Couple.

Marriage, Hut, Arab, Fellahin, costumes, Karl Grober, holy land, Palestine,
Marriage Hut of Arab Fellahin.

Marriage Hut of Arab Fellahin with the Newly Married Couple.

Source: Picturesque Palestine, Arabia, & Syria: The country, the people and the landscape, by Karl Grober (1885-1945). Publisher: Brentano New York 1925.

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Note:  The Imperial Travelling Palace at the Hoo kew shan.

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