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Bohemian Gypsies

Gypsy women and child. Romania, 1930s.— Library of Congress The English term Gypsy originates from the Greek word for "Egyptian", Αιγύπτιοι, in the belief that the Romanies, or some other Gypsy groups,such as the Balkan Egyptians, originated in Egypt. One version relates how the Gypsy people were exiled as punishment for allegedly harbouring the infant Jesus.

Gypsies in Romania

Europe - Roumanie Romania România Románia~Gypsy people making food

The gypsy culture in Craiova, Romania by becki666, via Flickr

After working with the Gypsies in Romania, a part of my heart will always be with them and my mission is to help them in any way that I can!

This Gypsy girl belongs to the cardarari a subgroups of Romani people in Transylvania/ Romania.

Gypsy culture - Schonberg - Transylvania - Romania

Portraits Sinti & Roma - Peter van Beek Photography. Bulibashi. The chief of a village, somewhere in Romania.

Photographer Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert photographed a Sintesti, Romania, from 1990 to 2006, documenting the life, traditions, history and outlook of the Romanian Gypsies. These photos convey a period of dramatic changes in the gypsy camp: its people leave behind the dark past of the communist years and take the path to wealth, access to which can provide new opportunities.

Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert. Calderari Gypsy Woman and Child, Sintesti, Romania (1993).

A Gypsy girl poses in traditional clothing and jewelry. Location: Rucar, Romania. Photographer: WILHELM TOBIEN/ National Geographic Stock

gypsy peddler Romania by E. O. Hoppé Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1924

Vintage gypsy wagon photo, with family

My Bohemian History ajromale: Roma Dance in Paris 1945

Ellis Island Gypsy family…

Romania. In a Kalderari camp. February of 1941. Photo from Kluvik arhives

A Gypsy boy, Romania, 1968.

Wise Elder Gypsy culture - Schonberg - Transylvania - Romania