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Tiranase. Jeunes filles en costume local, Tirana. Young Tiranian girls. Jovenes albanesas de Tirana. Joves albanesas de Tirana. by Only Tradition

Tiranase. Jeunes filles en costume local, Tirana. Young Tiranian girls. Jovenes albanesas de Tirana. Joves albanesas de Tirana. by Only Tradition

In Bosnia-Hercegovina the niqab is called “feredza”. During Ottoman times some Bosnian women used to wear them, my grandmothers sister was among those who wore it, before communism banned it.    Under this picture it says in German “Turk in the Street” but in Bosnian “Muslim in the street”. I think it’s a Bosnian woman wearing a feredza and not a Turkish one.

In Bosnia-Hercegovina the niqab is called “feredza”. During Ottoman times some Bosnian women used to wear them, my grandmothers sister was among those who wore it, before communism banned it. Under this picture it says in German “Turk in the Street” but in Bosnian “Muslim in the street”. I think it’s a Bosnian woman wearing a feredza and not a Turkish one.

Traditional costume of Kastelorizo, the smallest island of the (Greek) Dodecanese islands (a few km south of Kaş).  Clothing style: 1900-1950.

Traditional costume of Kastelorizo, the smallest island of the (Greek) Dodecanese islands (a few km south of Kaş). Clothing style: 1900-1950.

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