Tag Archive for: Avihang Village
In the Kurdish villages we can see the ancient form of house and spacial architectural form. There people are also use the native Kurdish form of clothes. They are very attractive for touristic altogether. Like this photo, a girl in Kurdish clothes on the stairs of their home.
Traditional Kurdish clothes for men consist of loose trousers with a shirt and jacket, cummerbund, and a skullcap over which is worn a turban folded from a large square of material. Colors of clothing are frequently symbolic of a wearer's tribe, alliance, or political party. I met this man in Qaysari Bazaar and took the opportunity to photograph him as an example of this time-honoured attire.