Romanian Peasants costumes from Turda “The Stone Land”, Transylvania.

Romanian Turda, Țara Moților folk costume. Romania Transylvania national costumes. Traditional embroidery patterns

Peasant from Turda

Romanian Turda folk costume. Romania Transylvania national costumes. Traditional embroidery patterns

Young peasant woman from Turda

Peasants from Turda “The Stone Land”, Transylvania. (Tăran, Tărancă tanara din Turda Tara Motilor, Mocani)

The Motzen country is a cultural and ethno-geographical region in western Romania “Pinzgau de Transilvania”.
Gallery: Romanian Folk Costumes.
Portul popular romanesc by Alexandrina Enachescu Cantemir. Editeur: Prof. Dimitrie Gusti. Published: Scrisul Romanesc, S.A., Craiova 1937.

Note:  Romanian Peasant from Beiuș, Transylvania.

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