Traditional Dresses

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Authentic dresses reflecting the culture of the countries that we visit on our tours.

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Hazara-Iranian Mongol . Hazara is one of the Mongol Muslim groups living in middle east and central Asia.via Flickr

Hazara-Iranian Mongol . Hazara is one of the Mongol Muslim groups living in middle east and central Asia.via Flickr

Iran - Woman in traditional dress from North Khorasan Province - Via Mehr News

Iran - Woman in traditional dress from North Khorasan Province - Via Mehr News

Tajikistan | Elderly woman .. tribal silver jewellery, and silk ikat | ©Karma, via indostan

Tajikistan | Elderly woman .. tribal silver jewellery, and silk ikat | ©Karma, via indostan

A young Turkmen girl in her traditional attire ( Image: Ali Eminov )

A young Turkmen girl in her traditional attire ( Image: Ali Eminov )

The Turkmen falconers in their traditional dress ( Image by Anguskirk )

The Turkmen falconers in their traditional dress ( Image by Anguskirk )

Stock Photo #4021-2487, Turkmenistan, Group picture of Turkmen family in tradtional costume

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Uzbekasitan“Uzbek Embroidery in the Nomadic Tradition,” by Kate Fitz Gibbon and Andrew Hale, 2007.

Uzbekasitan“Uzbek Embroidery in the Nomadic Tradition,” by Kate Fitz Gibbon and Andrew Hale, 2007.

Nigeria - The Woodabe flirtation festival is one of the most studied ceremonies in history. The Woodabe people, part of the Nigerian Fulani nation, come together once a year to pick potential marriage partners.

Nigeria - The Woodabe flirtation festival is one of the most studied ceremonies in history. The Woodabe people, part of the Nigerian Fulani nation, come together once a year to pick potential marriage partners.

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Womens dresses, Muscat, Oman

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I don't understand why alcohol is available in Oman at all, really, I don't. Please, old aquaintances, forgive me for the bad influence I might have been in the past, thinking myself the perfect party girl. But M to me says "I don't see why you have a problem with eating fish sticks battered in beer... You used to be quite the lush." OPNO (that's me): "doesn't that say something about even a little bit of alcohol?" M: "That Muslim man thinks it's okay to eat here." In full dishdasha I might…

Fes, Morocco.

Fes, Morocco.

Agadir, Morocco

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Agadir, Morocco