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Tihama, Saudi Arabia "Villages of Arabia Felix" by Pascal Marshals, Ed Oak / Hachette, 1979. Souk Khamis, in northern Tihama.

Closeup of the Burqa, a golden scarf covering the face, which is part of the traditional Bandari costume of Southern Iran. | © Hamed Saber {Married Women wear it in United Arab Emirates, Oman, Qatar and Arabs of southern Iran and southeastern Turkey. This tradition has almost died out in the newer generations. Older women usually not younger than 50, and those living in rural areas can still be seen wearing them.}

Sharbat Gula One of the most famous faces in the world. Afghanistan. Taken by Steve McCurry.