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Dagens antrekk 29.08-11

Dagens antrekk 29.08-11

The traditional costume of Norway is called “bunad.” There are about 200 different types, each one representing a different part of the country. The word “bunad” really covers two different types of dress: The first is the traditional garb of a particular location (some of which can be traced back a long, long time – the ones used today usually represent the “fanciest”, holiday version of the dress) and a sort of “party dress” developed in the early 1900s during Norwegian national…

The traditional costume of Norway is called “bunad.” There are about 200 different types, each one representing a different part of the country. The word “bunad” really covers two different types of dress: The first is the traditional garb of a particular location (some of which can be traced back a long, long time – the ones used today usually represent the “fanciest”, holiday version of the dress) and a sort of “party dress” developed in the early 1900s during Norwegian national…

National Costume (Bunad) from East Telemark, Norway

National Costume (Bunad) from East Telemark, Norway

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2014_05_29_Karine (6) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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Portrait, Alvrik, Norway 17.05.08

the kollen harem | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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Bunad girls. 17. mai 2011, Trondheim | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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