Hana Gasic's photo of a pre-war wedding

Hana Gasic's photo of a pre-war wedding
  • Photo taken in:
    Country name at time of photo:
    Kingdom of Yugoslavia, pre 1941
    Country name today:
    Bosnia and Herzegovina
This is an old wedding picture but nothing is known about the people in the photo. The photo is a good example of the old saying 'Ala Turka Ala Franka,' which means 'a little Turkish and a little French.' The men are wearing fezes, a standard component of Turkish dress, and the women very western dresses. This mix of cultures could be found throughout Sarajevo before the war.

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Interviewee: Hana Gasic
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Sarajevo, Bosnia

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