Traditional costumes of boyars, Russian medieval aristocrats.

Traditional costumes of boyars, Russian medieval aristocrats.In Medieval Russia, the Boyars represented an aristocratic.

Свадебный костюм уральской казачки. Конец XIX в.

Wedding attire of a Ural Cossack bride, late century.

Woman’s festive dress with padded jacket, sarafan Early 19th century, Nizhni Novgorod province, Russia. The State Historical Museum, Moscow. From the book RUSSIAN ELEGANCE: Country & City Fashion from the 15th to the Early 20th century

Woman’s festive dress with padded jacket, sarafan Early century, Nizhni Novgorod province, Russia. The State Historical Museum, Moscow. From the book RUSSIAN ELEGANCE: Country & City Fashion from the to the Early century Caucasian

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Groom's traditional costume from Semipalatinsk Province, Russia. Middle 19-th century. This authentic specimen from the Russian Museum of Ethnography was photographed in 2009. #Russian #folk #national #costume

Groom's traditional costume from Semipalatinsk Province, Russia. This authentic specimen from the Russian Museum of Ethnography was photographed in

Agafya Grushetskaya (1663 - 1681). Tsaritsa of Russia from 1680 until her death in 1681. She was the first wife of Feodor III. She died after giving birth to a son, who died a few days later.

Agafya Semyonovna Grushetskaya (Birth died 14 July was a Russian noble, Tsaritsa of Russia as the first spouse of Tsar Feodor III of Russia and hails from the Grushetsky family.

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Red sleeve embroidery of the Sniatyn district, Pokuttia, Ukraine

FolkCostume: Red sleeve embroidery of the Sniatyn district, Pokuttia, Ukraine La forme de la jupe

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