Румынский цыган-булибаша. Снимок из фотальбома Ионеску. Начало 1930-х.

Румынский цыган-булибаша. Снимок из фотальбома Ионеску. Начало 1930-х.

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Livia Lungarare poses for a photo with her husband in their two-room home

Livia Lungarare poses for a photo with her husband in their two-room home

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История цыган России (конец XVII-XX в.в.) Н.Бессонов, Н. Деметер

История цыган России (конец XVII-XX в.в.) Н.Бессонов, Н. Деметер

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Siberian Gypsy Reshetnikov. About 1914. Kelderarka in prerevolutionary Russia. Nizhny Novgorod. Kelderarka in Nizhny Novgorod.

Siberian Gypsy Reshetnikov. About 1914. Kelderarka in prerevolutionary Russia. Nizhny Novgorod. Kelderarka in Nizhny Novgorod.

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Gitanas de Diezma  Paul Gustave Dore  French artist (1832—1883)  Engraving. 1874.  http://english.svenko.net/paintings/tambourine_2.htm

Gitanas de Diezma Paul Gustave Dore French artist (1832—1883) Engraving. 1874. http://english.svenko.net/paintings/tambourine_2.htm

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Romanlar. Evgeny Domanski Fotoğrafları. Galeri 8.

Romanlar. Evgeny Domanski Fotoğrafları. Galeri 8.

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Цыганские лица. Фотографии Евгения Доманского. Галерея 7.

Цыганские лица. Фотографии Евгения Доманского. Галерея 7.

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An English Gypsy woman selling combs.  Photograph by Oskar Gustav Rejlander, 1860s

An English Gypsy woman selling combs. Photograph by Oskar Gustav Rejlander, 1860s

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Фотографии зарубежных цыган. Галерея 4. Notice all the windows in the front waggon.

Фотографии зарубежных цыган. Галерея 4. Notice all the windows in the front waggon.

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Kelderars (Kotlyars) are Romanian Gypsies. They made caldrons and baking trays on mobile anvils or mended leaking dishes. Initially they traveled through Danube principalities, but after 1856 headed to neighbor countries. Soon Kotlyar tabors arrived in Poland, Russia, France, Spain and England.

Kelderars (Kotlyars) are Romanian Gypsies. They made caldrons and baking trays on mobile anvils or mended leaking dishes. Initially they traveled through Danube principalities, but after 1856 headed to neighbor countries. Soon Kotlyar tabors arrived in Poland, Russia, France, Spain and England.

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