Tyrolean peasants costume 1835

Traditional Dirndl, Knee-free leather pants, wide leather belts. Traditional Tyrolean peasants dresses. Alte Trachten aus St. Johann in Tirol.

Tirolean Peasants 1835

Tyrolean peasants in traditional costumes from St. Johann in Tirol 1835.

Traditional Dirndl, Knee-free leather pants, wide leather belts.

Tavern scene near the village St. Johann in Tirol. Two Tyrolean peasants in traditional dress smoking pipe. Their clothing consists Knee-free leather pants, wide leather belts with quill embroidery and embroidered suspenders, a high pointed hat decorated with a feather of a wood grouse. The waitress in a traditional Dirndl of dark woolen fabric, embroidered apron, colorful scarf  and a high hat, brings a jug of beer. In the background, a couple can be seen.

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