A yurt... a portable, bent wood-framed dwelling structure traditionally used by nomads in the steppes of Central Asia.
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Shaman: A yurt---a portable, bent wood-framed dwelling structure traditionally used by nomads in the steppes of Central Asia.
A yurt... a portable, bent wood-framed dwelling structure traditionally used by nomads in the steppes of Central Asia. Soon to be common around the world :)
A yurt is a cone-shaped tent of white felt stretched over a framework of wooden poles. It helped to protect the nomadic tribes of Central Asia from the bitter, harsh winters of the steppe
Central Asia - Mongolian yurt
Authentic felt yurt
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Cover of 'Gypsies: Wanderers of the World' (National Geographic Special Publications) | Bart McDowell 1970 | gypsy girl | www.republicofyou.com.au
Cover photo from the book: “Gypsies, Wanderers of the World” Photographed by Bruce Dale, Text by Bart McDowell, 215 pages, copyright 1970 National Geographic Society
Gypsies: Wanderers of the World (National Geographic Special Publications) Amazing, and beautifully scoped pictures. <3
Scan of the cover of “Gypsies: Wanderers of the World” (National Geographic Special Publications) | Bart McDowell 1970
Gypsies: Wanderers of the World (National Geographic Special Publications)Amazing text & photos.
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Gypsy caravan, Gypsy wagon, Gypsy waggon, Gypsy caravans, Gypsy wagons, Gypsy waggons, vardos: history
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Historic brush gypsy wagon vardo full of wares - Gypsies
Historic gypsy brush wagon vardo full of wares.
Vardo (Gypsy Wagon) History
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Family-sized gypsy caravan
A real Gypsy wagon
Since the beginning of the 17th century efforts to settle Gypsies have been frequent. Pressures to assimilate, including Forced settlement, intensified at the end of the next century. Such campaigns were undertaken among others in Austria, Russia, and Spain. Special edicts were published which prohibited nomadism and traditional activities, as well as the use of their own language. Children of the roaming Gypsies were taken away and given to peasants for a "proper" upbringing.
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In Victorian England, we see the emergence of Gypsy caravans with horse-drawn wagons (vardos), and donkeys or mules in train. Nomadic Gypsies still lived in tents—even in winter. The Gypsy folk are noted at this time as tinkers, potters, basket makers, brush makers, and cheapjacks. It is also in the nineteenth century that they become known as Travelers.It appears that the Gypsy population in Britain was about 13,000 by 1900