People from Răchițele, Poieni and Negreni, villages in Huedin zone in Vlădeasa Mountains, performing Colinde, winter custom originating in Roman Saturnalia (people going from home to home and singing good wishes to the owners)

People from Răchițele, Poieni and Negreni, villages in Huedin zone in Vlădeasa Mountains, performing Colinde, winter custom originating in Roman Saturnalia (people going from home to home and singing good wishes to the owners)

Romanian Girls in Costume Postcard 1918

Romanian Girls in Costume Postcard 1918

Charles Fréger / wilder Mann serie, 2010

Charles Fréger / wilder Mann serie, 2010

Romania

Romania

Busó, Mohács, Hungary. The best known festival in Hungary, Shrovetide © Charles Fréger

Busó, Mohács, Hungary. The best known festival in Hungary, Shrovetide © Charles Fréger

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INDIA: Baba in Varanas

INDIA: Baba in Varanas

Hungarian costume from kolozsvár Mérai menyasszony Kolozsvártól 14 km-re északnyugati irányban (a Kolozsvár–Zilah főút mellett), a Kolozsvár-almási hegyek által bezárt völgyben található. A Nádasba északról siető Pataka két partján fekszik, 365 m tengerszint feletti magasságon.

Hungarian costume from kolozsvár Mérai menyasszony Kolozsvártól 14 km-re északnyugati irányban (a Kolozsvár–Zilah főút mellett), a Kolozsvár-almási hegyek által bezárt völgyben található. A Nádasba északról siető Pataka két partján fekszik, 365 m tengerszint feletti magasságon.

The terms Finns and Finnish people (Finnish: suomalaiset, Finland-Swedish: finnar (ethnic Finns), finländare (citizens of Finland)) are used in English to mean "a native or inhabitant of Finland". They are also used to refer to the ethnic group historically associated with Finland or Fennoscandia, and they are only used in that sense here. Linguistically, Finnish, spoken by most Finns, is part of the Uralic language family and is most closely related to other Finnic languages such as…

The terms Finns and Finnish people (Finnish: suomalaiset, Finland-Swedish: finnar (ethnic Finns), finländare (citizens of Finland)) are used in English to mean "a native or inhabitant of Finland". They are also used to refer to the ethnic group historically associated with Finland or Fennoscandia, and they are only used in that sense here. Linguistically, Finnish, spoken by most Finns, is part of the Uralic language family and is most closely related to other Finnic languages such as…

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Nenets people Last Tribes Russia – Klassik Magazine

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