Friday, 11 April 2014

Traditional Polish costume

Folk Costume from Lowicz
2 Jan, 2014 | From Milena of Poland

National costumes of Poland vary by region. They are not worn in daily life but at folk festivals, weddings, religious holidays, harvest festivals, and other special occasions. The costumes may reflect region and sometimes social or marital status.

Łowicz is a town in central Poland. Together with a nearby station of Bednary, Łowicz is a major rail junction of central Poland, where the line from Warsaw splits into two directions - towards Poznań, and Łódź. Also, the station Łowicz Main is connected through a secondary importance line with Skierniewice.

Source: Wikipedia

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