Sweden Leksand. Traditional farmers national costumes.

Sweden Leksand. Traditional farmers national costumes. Folk drersses.

Farmers from Leksand, Sweden.

Sweden Leksand. Traditional farmers national costumes early 19th century.

Leksand is a place in the Swedish province of Dalarna County and the historic province Dalarna. The chief town of the same name lies at the southern end of the lake Siljan, where the Österdalälven flows out of the lake.

From the book: Une année en Suède. Ou Tableaux des Costumes, Moeurs et usages des Paysans de la Suède: Suivis des Sites et Monumens Historiques les plus Remarquables.  Publie par G. Forssel. Premier graveur durci, Membre de plusieeurs Academies. Author: Forssell, C., Christian. 1836.

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