Traditional Montenegrin costume from Cettinje.

Traditional Montenegro national costumes. Montenegrin Folkdress

Traditional Montenegrin costume from Cettinje

Traditional Montenegrin costume from Cettinje in 1850.

With tobacco pipe, turban, cloak and traditional dagger. Cetinje is a town in Montenegro between Podgorica and Budva. Cetinje was until 1918 the capital of Montenegro.

“Sheets for costume design: historical and folk costumes. Published by Franz Lipperheide, 1876-1887

Note:  Peasant woman in folk dress of the Etter Mountain, Thuringia.

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