**Indonesia ~Borneo | A Dayak woman wears heavy earrings which pull down on her earlobes in a village near Mahakan River | © Charles & Josette Lenars

{} Indonesia ~ Borneo {} In a village near the Mahakan River a Dayak woman wears heavy earrings which pull mightily on her earlobes {} © Charles & Josette Lenars

Koloniale Tentoonstelling Semarang 1914

Dutch Colonial Exhibition, Semarang (Java, Indonesia), Showing a Javanese bride draped in the elaborate fabrics of traditional dress.

Reine Minangkabau - Sumatra - Indonesia

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Mata Hari, pseudoniem van Margaretha Geertruida (Griet) Zelle (Leeuwarden, 7 augustus 1876 - Vincennes, 15 oktober 1917), was een Nederlandse exotische danseres. Ze werd wegens spionage door de Fransen veroordeeld wegens hoogverraad en gefusilleerd.

Matahari One of the most interesting women to live. She brought forbidden dancing to mainstream world. She was sentenced to death for being a double agent in WWII by France. Regardless, she is also known as the world's first burlesque dancer.