Collection by Claudia de Carvalho

Claudia de Carvalho
The Azores Hood or, in Portuguese, “Capote e Capelo” is the traditional clothing worn by women in the Azores until the Such strangers of the century. Vintage Photos Women, Photo Vintage, Photos Of Women, Hooded Cloak, Hooded Capes, Women Figure, World Best Photos, Bored Panda, Traditional Dresses

A mulher do Capote

This cape has always intrigued me. I never understood it and was dying to know more. So off to research I went. Here's what I uncovered. I'm sure most of you have seen these are your Azorean relatives homes: The liquor bottles designed to represent the capote e capelo. I always thought they were so funny looking, but it was a tradition, and I never thought twice about it. Until now.... (side note: these bottles are selling for HUNDREDS of dollars on Ebay. Who would have thought?) "A large…

Usos e costumes de olhão - Biocos Algarve, Folk Costume, Costumes, Vintage Images, Regional, Portuguese, Counting, Singing, Women's Fashion

Usos e costumes de Olhão

Alguns costumes e tradições de Olhão

Woven dining chairs Throws pillows candles baskets are great items for winter decor. Algarve, Portugal, Tumblr, Guy Pictures, Melancholy, Christmas Carol, Vintage Photographs, Shades Of Grey, Old Photos

"algarve"-Artur Pastor

arturpastor - Publicações com o marcador algarveDivulgação da obra do fotógrafo Artur Pastor. Dissemination of the work of the photographer Artur Pastor (Portugal 1922-1999). Artur Pastor nasceu em 1922 em Alter do Chão. Artur Pastor termina o curso de Regente Agrícola em Évora, na Herdade da Mitra,...

The women of the Azores didn’t wait “ten thousand years” to stop wearing the “capote e capelo”, but it was part of the past by the but it is still a historic symbol of women of the islands. Daughters Of Charity, Folk Costume, My Heritage, Video Photography, Portuguese, Old Photos, Cape, Mystery, The Past

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Biôco: a burka à algarvia que acabou por decreto. Vai uma máscara para o Carnaval? Portugal, Fur Coat, Costumes, Womens Fashion, Algarve, Eyes, Carnival, Cities, Suits

Biôco: a burka à algarvia que acabou por decreto. Vai uma máscara para o Carnaval?

Este traje tradicional do Algarve fez correr muita tinta a legisladores, mas também a poetas e jornalistas. Já não se vê nas ruas portuguesas - mas, q...