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Red Catherine Johns. Well known Romani Gypsy Woman who lives in Australia. Her book: A Resilient Spirit. A Romany Encounter Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtRJ_-Z6Nic

Red Catherine Johns - well known Romani Gypsy Woman who lives in Australia. Her book - A Resilient Spirit: A Romany Encounter

Facts About Mount Everest - Do you fancy an infographic? There are a lot of them online, but if you want your own please visit http://www.linfografico.com/prezzi/ Online girano molte infografiche, se ne vuoi realizzare una tutta tua visita http://www.linfografico.com/prezzi/

Facts About Mount Everest - Do you fancy an infographic? There are a lot of them online, but if you want your own please visit www. Online girano molte infografiche, se ne vuoi realizzare una tutta tua visita www.

A Romani family who came from Norway to northern Jutland in 1907.  Title on the card is “omvandrende zigeunere” which translates from Danish as “wandering Gypsies”.  Author and publication unknown.

*A Romani family who came from Norway to northern Jutland in Title on the card is “omvandrende zigeunere” which translates from Danish as “wandering Gypsies”. Author and publication unknown.

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paradisediscotheque: “ “ Photo: Harry Papadopoulos ” Omg, thank you!

Kotlyars’ felt hats could be of different styles — they were also borrowed from peasants of Eastern Europe. But as tabor tinkers went far from their motherland French or Russian people took their hats for a special Gypsy piece of clothes.

Kotlyars’ felt hats could be of different styles — they were also borrowed from peasants of Eastern Europe. But as tabor tinkers went far from their motherland French or Russian people took their hats for a special Gypsy piece of clothes.

Portrait of gypsy Chorrojumo, self-styled “Prince of the Gypsies”, whose real name was Mariano Fernandez.  by José García Ayolo (1836-1900)

Portrait of gypsy Chorrojumo, self-styled “Prince of the Gypsies”, whose real name was Mariano Fernandez. by José García Ayolo

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