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Traditional street wear from Inebolu (northern district of Kastamonu province).  Clothing style: early 20th century.  (These are recent workshop-made copies, as worn by folk dance groups).  On the pictures: the climax of the region’s best-known men’s folk dance, called ‘Heyamola Oyunu’.

Traditional street wear from Inebolu (northern district of Kastamonu province). Clothing style: early 20th century. (These are recent workshop-made copies, as worn by folk dance groups). On the pictures: the climax of the region’s best-known men’s folk dance, called ‘Heyamola Oyunu’.

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Anadolu Tur 2010, Organizer: Bahri Ertek, for Turkish folkore reseached.

Anadolu Tur 2010, Organizer: Bahri Ertek, for Turkish folkore reseached.

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A group of Laz militia, from the coastal areas of the Pazar & Hopa districts (Rize & Artvin provinces). Late-Ottoman era, early 20th century. In their center: a musician holding a 'tulum' (local bagpipes). From a ‘Souvenir de Samsoun’ postcard.  The Laz (or Lazi) are a Kartvelian-speaking ethnic group native to the Black Sea coastal regions of Turkey and Georgia,  with the majority living in northeast Turkey. The Laz speak the Laz language, a member of the Kartvelian (South Caucasian)…

A group of Laz militia, from the coastal areas of the Pazar & Hopa districts (Rize & Artvin provinces). Late-Ottoman era, early 20th century. In their center: a musician holding a 'tulum' (local bagpipes). From a ‘Souvenir de Samsoun’ postcard. The Laz (or Lazi) are a Kartvelian-speaking ethnic group native to the Black Sea coastal regions of Turkey and Georgia, with the majority living in northeast Turkey. The Laz speak the Laz language, a member of the Kartvelian (South Caucasian)…

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The traditional festive costume from the Zonguldak province.  Mid 20th century.  These is a recent workshop-made copy, as worn by folk dance groups.

The traditional festive costume from the Zonguldak province. Mid 20th century. These is a recent workshop-made copy, as worn by folk dance groups.

Kelkit köyü y. 1897 Osmanlı Gümüşhane vilayeti  |Men and children in daily costumes, in Kelkit (a small rural town in the Gümüşhane province), ca. 1897

Kelkit köyü y. 1897 Osmanlı Gümüşhane vilayeti |Men and children in daily costumes, in Kelkit (a small rural town in the Gümüşhane province), ca. 1897

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