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COSTUME FROM THE VILLAGE OF MALO KONARE, PAZARDZHIK REGION


COSTUME FROM THE VILLAGE OF MALO KONARE, PAZARDZHIK REGION

The end of the XIX - beginning of the XX century. The costume is from the fund of the Regional Historical Museum - Pazardzhik

👉 You can view the calendar here.

👉 The costume was worn by the beautiful girl Nelina Karsheva, only 13 years old from the village of Buta, Pazardzhik region. Nelina is a talented child from the folklore ENSEMBLE IGLIKA in the village of BATA at the National community center "Nikola Yonkov Vaptsarov-1927", in the village of Bata.

"It is an old truth that gifted people are born in the village of Buta and that people from Buto sing before they speak and dance before they walk" / Antonio Muhovski, head of the "Batava"

👉 It consists of a black, woollen, heavily cut soukman (pinafore). The skirts of the soukman (pinafore) are decorated with three thin stripes of brown velvet. The “dzhube”, a sleeveless outer garment, is made of a homespun, black, woolen fabric with rich gaitan decoration on both sides. The cotton shirt has a deep notch lapel, made of fine white canvas. The apron is woolen, double-lined, dark blue.

👉 Photographer: Petar Petrov

❤️ The Live Roots of Bulgaria Foundation would like to thank Olcom Ltd. MoiataKozmetika.com as well as the digital agency Bogara Ltd. for the support in publishing this calendar!





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