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Croatian national costumes in Monostor on the left bank of Danube
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published  08/31/2008 | Culture And Arts | Unrated
Croatian national costumes in Monoštor, part 1

Monoštor is a village on the left bank of Danube River, not far from Croatia. It has Croatian majorirty of more than 2000 out of nearly 4000 inhabitants. They belong to the so called Šokci branch of Croatians, known for their very rich and colorful costumes. We express our gratitude to prof. Marija Šeremešiæ for having sent us these nice photos.

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  • Comment #1 (Posted by Violi)

    What beautiful works of art... exquisite and lovingly created expression of love for the country and its people. Thanks for sharing them.
  • Comment #2 (Posted by Margarita)

    Thank you for sharing this wonderful works of art with us
  • Comment #3 (Posted by kraljxiii)

    The costumes really look beautiful, especially considering all the intricate patterns and jewelry is individually hand-made,not mass produced.Reminds me of why I really like how the different parts of Croatia too have costumes with variations depending on what part your from, super!
  • Comment #4 (Posted by Claudia Estrada)

    Quisiera conocer el traje típico de Brac ¿Podría publicar una foto? Desde ya Gracias, Claudia
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