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Woman from Dominica. (Dominica, Lesser Antilles, Caribbean)

Woman from Dominica. (Dominica, Lesser Antilles, Caribbean) Thank you for my…

Jamaica National Costume.  I need to educate my girls and myself on my Jamaican history.

Another Pinner Said--Jamaica National Costume. I need to educate my girls and myself on my Jamaican history.

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: MARTINIQUE: THE AFRICAN FLOWERS OF CARIBBEAN AND DIE-HARD SLAVERY RESISTANCE PEOPLE

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: MARTINIQUE: THE AFRICAN FLOWERS OF CARIBBEAN AND DIE-HARD SLAVERY RESISTANCE PEOPLE

Traditional Huipil Oaxaca, Frida Red Dots

Traditional Huipil Oaxaca, Frida Red Dots

Two piece traditional huipil top and skirt from Oaxaca. Intense colorful embroidery over red polka dot fabric, skirt adorned with satin ribbon and elaborate lace at hem. One size (Med). Skirt ties at

Enjoy Independence Celebrations starting in October through Independence Day on November 3rd. Point Michele Cultural Group ready for Cultural Dancing.

Enjoy Independence Celebrations starting in October through Independence Day on November Point Michele Cultural Group ready for Cultural Dancing.

Dominica 31st Anniversary of Independence Celebrations, Windsor Park Stadium

Dominica Anniversary of Independence Celebrations, Windsor Park Stadium.

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Turkish Yoruk girl - the Yoruks are a nomadic tribe, primarily inhabiting the mountains of Anatolia

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Dominican Republic Traditional Dress | Dominican Republic-Inspired Looks You Need Right Now

4 Dominican Republic-Inspired Looks You Need Right Now

Independence/Reunion Opening Celebrations, Dominica

Culture, Island, Dominican Republic, Latin America, South America, La Reunion, Haiti, Commonwealth, Central America

Vous voyez là, la tenue traditionnelle que portaient les femmes en Martinique. Celle ci, est une "matadore", qui devait être très provocante avec les hommes.

Vous voyez là, la tenue traditionnelle que portaient les femmes en Martinique. Celle ci, est une "matadore", qui devait être très provocante avec les hommes.

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