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@: Kelderars (Kotlyars) are Romanian Gypsies.  After 1856 they starting wondering to neighbor countries...arriving in Poland, Russia, France, Spain and England.

Kelderars (Kotlyars) are Romanian Gypsies. After 1856 they starting wondering to neighbor countries.arriving in Poland, Russia, France, Spain and England.

This photograph was executed at Bucharest, in 1869 (Photographed by Carol Szathmari, Bucharest.) At the arrival of spring, it is the custom in Roumania, Servia, and Bulgaria for a group of Gypsy children, quite alone, or under the guidance of a woman or an older girl, themselves only halfclad or actually naked, and having their heads and loins wreathed about with green branches of wild plants, to go from one house to another, before each of which they dance and sing a certain song.

This photograph was executed at Bucharest, in 1869 (Photographed by Carol Szathmari, Bucharest.) At the arrival of spring, it is the custom in Roumania, Servia, and Bulgaria for a group of Gypsy children, quite alone, or under the guidance of a woman or an older girl, themselves only halfclad or actually naked, and having their heads and loins wreathed about with green branches of wild plants, to go from one house to another, before each of which they dance and sing a certain song.

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Kalderash Gypsies. the year 1865. Image from the book of e. Ficovskogo "Gypsies in Poland".

Kalderash Gypsy men the year Image from the book of e. Ficovskogo "Gypsies in Poland".

GYPSY FAMILIES YARM FAIR | OCTOBER | 1931

Life on Teesside: Final day of our dip into the Mirror's picture archive

Boswell family photograph taken Epsom Downs

Members of the Boswell family at the Epsom Derby for the annual horse race on the Epsom Downs in May 1949

Russian gypsy women

An informal portrait of two Russian gypsies of Irkutsk, Siberia, Russia. by HORACE BRODZKY/ National Geographic

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