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- May 20, 2011 at 12:41 am #341910
I had found a picture, there are two folk costumes which are very similar to each other (except for some details). The Croatian and the Slovak one.
I'd like to ask Croatian members, where do the Croatian folk costumes (right in the picture) come from? I personally would say Slavonia (the Slovak ones come from western Slovakia, from villages Dubodiel and Omšenie). Thank you in advanceMay 20, 2011 at 8:54 am #357936
Well it's hard to say, because basically each village has it's own decorations so sometimes from village to village there can be a drastic difference in the outlook of folk costumes… but roughly they look like this:
Bunjevci (also Slavonian folk today, but originated in Dalmatia)
[img width=411 height=700]http://www.pregrada.info/slike/novosti/_n/nosnja1.jpg”/>
Samobor and Zagreb region
[img width=479 height=700]http://cro-eu.com/galerija-fotografija/albums/userpics/10001/Podravina_01.jpg”/>
Lika region (highlanders, and people that brought cravat i.e. necktie to Europe and world )
but the folk dresses on the picture you posted are from Dugo Selo(town) in overlap area of Zagreb region and Slavonia.May 20, 2011 at 1:50 pm #357937
Hvala ti puno, PentazMay 20, 2011 at 2:13 pm #357938
AnonymousQuote:Hvala ti puno, Pentaz
Nema problema Swaty
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