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  • Ellen Louwes

    Føroyski tjóðbúnin (Faroese National Costume) The traditional Faroese costume is based on the common people’s everyday clothes in the 1800s. It is still widely used in the Faroes at graduscaation ceremonies, weddings and confirmations.

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