Traditional German folk costumes from around Ulm, Baden Wurttemberg.

traditional, costume, garb, Ulm, Baden Wurttemberg, Germany
Men and women from around Ulm, Baden Wurttemberg Germany

Men and women from around Ulm, Baden Wurttemberg (Swabia). 

Traditional German folk costumes in 1843. Woman and man in the Swabian Sunday costume of Ulm, on the way to the church.

Homme et Femme des Environs d’Ulm. Wurtemberg.

Source: Manners, customs and costumes of all peoples of the world, based on authentic documents and and newer travel  by Auguste Wahlen.


Note:  Costume of British Alderman

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