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    • National Costumes
      • Made by: Annika, Lea and Mariann.
      • Kadrina Secondary School.
      • 2007
    • Introduction
      • Estonian national costumes were ceremonial clothes for ancient Estonians. Today Estonian people wear national costumes at dance and song festivals.
    • Costumes
      • In every county there are a little bit different costumes. Men wore a coat, knee breeches, special footwear and bobby-socks. National costumes divided people in classes.
    • South-Estonia n national costumes
      • These costumes characterise many old national costumes that have survived centuries. Setu maa distinguish es especially well .
    • North-Estonia n national costumes
      • There were more fashionable clothes than in the other counties. Men had knee breeches and a special coat. Women had striped skirts and a white blouse.
    • Brooch
      • According to old traditions when baby was born then she or he had brooches on her or his first costumes. They wore it on the neckpiece. All brooches cover up for its owner.
    • Footgear
      • They had leather or woollen shoes.
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    • THE END