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Kalderash men. 1865. A photo from J.Ficowsky's book “Gypsies in Poland”.

A photo from J.Ficowsky's book “Gypsies in Poland”.now these guys know how to rock gypsy style

Kalderash Gypsies. the year 1865. Image from the book of e. Ficovskogo "Gypsies in Poland".

Kalderash Gypsy men the year Image from the book of e. Ficovskogo "Gypsies in Poland".

vintage everyday: Vintage Photos of Gypsies of Western Europe from the 1930s-1960s

Andalusian gypsies in from Paul Almásy's collection (Budapest, 1906 – Paris,

Sombrero de catite, old photo From Andalucía

Portrait of gypsy Chorrojumo, self-styled “Prince of the Gypsies”, whose real name was Mariano Fernandez. by José García Ayolo

Talaya - Vintage Leopard Print - Anthropomorphic - Wildlife Art - Rain - Collage…

Talaya, Vintage Leopard Print, Anthropomorphic, Wildlife Art, Whimsical Collage Art, Goddess of Rain, Animal Note Cards, Unique Wall Decor

Kelderars (Kotlyars) are Romanian Gypsies. They made caldrons and baking trays on mobile anvils or mended leaking dishes. Initially they traveled through Danube principalities, but after 1856 headed to neighbor countries. Soon Kotlyar tabors arrived in Poland, Russia, France, Spain and England.

Kelderars (Kotlyars) are Romanian Gypsies. They made caldrons and baking trays…

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