Traditional Dresses

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Authentic dresses reflecting the culture of the countries that we visit on our tours.

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mongol Hazara-Iranian Mongol :: Hazara is one of the Mongol Muslim groups living in middle east and central asia.Hazara-Iranian Mongol :: Hazara is one of the Mongol Muslim groups living in middle east and central asia. We Are The World, People Around The World, Traditional Fashion, Traditional Dresses, Folklore, Folk Costume, Costumes, Cultural Diversity, Ethnic Dress

Hazara-Iranian Mongol . Hazara is one of the Mongol Muslim groups living in middle east and central Asia.via Flickr

One of the Iranian traditional clothes,Iranian folk costumes are varied.This difference is due to ethnic and cultural differences as well as differences in climate. Folk Costume, Costumes, The Kurds, Folk Clothing, Traditional Dresses, Fasion, Beautiful Outfits, Iranian, Culture

Iran - Woman in traditional dress from North Khorasan Province - Via Mehr News

Tribal silver jewellery and silk ikat dress from Tadjikistan Folk Costume, Central Asia, Kazakhstan, World Cultures, People Around The World, Mongolia, Traditional Dresses, Ikat, Girls

Tajikistan | Elderly woman .. tribal silver jewellery, and silk ikat | ©Karma, via indostan

Stock Photo Turkmenistan, Group picture of Turkmen family in tradtional costume Folk Costume, Costumes, Turkey History, Group Pictures, Photographs Of People, Central Asia, People Of The World, Traditional Dresses, Headdress

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Stock Photo #4021-2487, Turkmenistan, Group picture of Turkmen family in tradtional costume

Karakalpak jewellery shown on a traditional costume from that region in Uzbekistan. Image from the publication *Uzbek Embroidery in the Nomadic Tradition* by Kate Fitz Gibbon and Andrew Hale, Costumes Around The World, Jewelry Show, Folk Costume, Ethnic Fashion, Historical Clothing, Fashion History, Traditional Dresses, Textile Design, Textiles

Uzbekasitan“Uzbek Embroidery in the Nomadic Tradition,” by Kate Fitz Gibbon and Andrew Hale, 2007.

Fulani women with traditional facial tattoos.  ◆Niger - Wikipedia Fulani women with traditional facial tattoos. African Tribes, African Women, African Art, African Dolls, Cultures Du Monde, World Cultures, African Beauty, African Fashion, Black Is Beautiful

Nigeria - The Woodabe flirtation festival is one of the most studied ceremonies in history. The Woodabe people, part of the Nigerian Fulani nation, come together once a year to pick potential marriage partners.