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There are no words for this pin.  Or this amazing mustache.

Trondheim, Norway - world beard and mustache championships. I think beards are awesome. & When they're styled all funky even better.


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BEAUTY WITHOUT BORDERS: Mongolian headdress. One of the most colorful and original items of Mongolian national dress is the traditional head wear. The Mongolian headdresses differs in shape and purpose.

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WOW ~ Tibetan man in traditional clothing and jewelry. It is traditional for Tibetan men to wear extravagant jewelry About Face,Anthropological,Faces of the World,Global People & Adornements,People all over the world

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Traditional with wonderful feathered headdress in Borobudur, Java, Indonesia Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time

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cultures Vietnam - red dao wedding The Dao (pronounced Zao) are the largest ethnic group in Vietnam with a population of just under They belong to the Hmong Dao language group and are believed to have started migrating from China in the century.

They say Bulgarian women are the most beautiful in the world.

Bulgarian traditional costume on a beautiful young girl. Bulgaria, the rose country. Come to me and I give thee tulips from my country!

among one of the most fascinating genetic occurrence is Albinism on the African continent. Albinos in Africa often face scrutiny, criticism, hatred<----

Camaroonian traditional dress from the North West Grassfield region.  Read more here: http://africawonderland.blogspot.com/2013/01/regalia.html?m=1

Cameroon children in traditional dress. LittlePassports for I love to see how other children dress in foreign countries.

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I found this doing research for my World Food Prize essay! Mongolia all the way! Mongolian child and Yak calf - David Edwards