Two women from the Croatia island Pag. The Serbs in the Adriatic.

Pag, Croatia, traditional, national costumes, Balkans, Dalmatia, Serbian
Two women from Pag. ŽENSKA NOŠNJA SA OTOKA PAGA.

Two women in traditional costume of the Croatia island Pag, 1870

(ŽENSKA NOŠNJA SA OTOKA PAGA).

The women’s dress, in particular, is very elaborate, with showy colours, a three-pointed headdress decorated with lace and an ornament around the neck called paški teg, often accompanied by large earrings (ročini) with pendants in the shape of bells or pearls and a gold necklace.

Source: The Serbs in the Adriatic. Their types and costumes. Published 1870-1878. Brockhaus Leipzig Germany.

Note:  A man from Imotica, Croatia. The Serbs in the Adriatic.

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