Bunad. Traditional clothing used for special occasions. These are from different locations accross the country.
Norwegian bride wearing a traditional folk costume with a bridal crown. You will notice the bridal crown has small metal discs and beads hanging from it which produce a melodic tinkling and according to some legends this is supposed to ward off evil spirits from the bride.
the three ornate sølje brooches of the Telemarksbunad
'Travel across Lapland and sooner or later you’ll see Sámi in their brightly coloured traditional dress – this is sometimes put on for tourists, but at key festivals in the Sámi calendar wearing these clothes is a sign of pride and fraternity.' Lapland: the Bradt Guide; www.bradtguides.com
Traditional costume (bunad in Norwegian) from the Hardangerfjord region in Norway. Just love the details
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Kvinnebunad fra Solør og Odal -Our maternal great grandfather was born/baptised in Solør og Odal, Hedmark, Norway
Hallingdal kids, Norway. Hallingdal is a valley and traditional district in Buskerud county in Norway. It consists of the municipalities of Flå, Nes, Gol, Hemsedal, Ål and Hol.