womens traditional clothing

Bedouin arab woman

The Bedouins are an Arab ethnocultural group, are descended from nomads who have historically inhabited the Arabian and Syrian deserts. Their territory stretches from the vast deserts of North Africa to the rocky sands of the Middle East.

The Bedouins live in Sudan, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Jordan, Libya, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Kuwait, Tunisia, Morocco, Israel, Mauritania, Bahrain, Lebanon, Qatar, Palestine, Oman and Western Sahara.

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Women’s traditional clothing from different regions in Ukraine

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pt 2: Iranian Arab women in Ahvaz wearing traditional clothes.

Iranian Arabs form about 2% of the nation’s population and have a culture that’s influenced by other Iranic ethnicities, but that’s unique from them as well and just as beautiful.

(thank you for the photos @akhechera 💛)

Cheer Up Post #4636 - Traditional Makeup (Women) Edition

Style that survives.

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Rashaida Tribe Woman Near Massawa, Eritrea by Eric Lafforgue Photography
Via Flickr:
The Rashaida tribe came to Eritrea from Saudi Arabia about 200 years ago, they live in the desert along the coastline of the Red Sea, are muslim, and their homeland extends from Massawa, Eritrea, to Port Sudan, Sudan; they are nomadic, the men are excellent camel traders and some even go to Emirates to take care of the rich people’s animals; Rashaida women always wear veils to cover their nose and their mouth, but not the hair, Rashaida live in isolated communities, preferring not to live with people of other tribes.


@ ethiopia-and-eritrea Agree with your note and made the needed changes from Eric Lafforgue comment. Thanks for pointing it out.

Cheer Up Post #4650 - Chinese Traditional Dance Edition

francaise-de-coeur would like a post featuring various types of Chinese traditional dance. Here you go!

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