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Las Antequeranas Vol.2

The traje de flamenca is the dress traditionally worn by women at Ferias (festivals) in Andalusia, Spain. This traditional women‘s costume has undergone changes over the century or more that it has been in widespread use. The skirts became shorter and after few years dropped back to the ankle again. Patterns and colors of materials are constantly changing During traditional festivities, women wearing these dresses still inspire a number of works of art.

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Las Antequeranas de la Feria

The town of Antequera never in the past had organized a social exhibition, only about women dressed in flamenco. It is a great opportunity to see tradition and history live. These portraits of the Antequeranas are not only cause of admiration, but also a heritage for future generations.

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Article in the lithuanian magazine IQ LIFE

Near the Mar Menor lagoon in Murcia, Spain in „La Manga“ camping  wintertime is full of retirement age people from across Europe. They enjoy Spanish sunshine living in caravans, campers and motorhomes. Watching these people I was wondering: why do they sell their homes at that age, leave grandchildren and go for a journey in foreign country of thousands of kilometers away to live half year in the car? Why are the elders dancing at the parties like crazy and the youngest dancer on the dance floor is seventy-five? I invite you to read the stories of the joy and wisdom I have recorded in the of the Lithuanian IQ LIFE MAGAZINE June issue, 2019

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Las Antequeranas Vol.1

When I was asking these women in portraits in the Spring Fair, why they adore to dress in these dresses- all as one said, that traje de falmenca is very beautiful, their mothers and grandmothers were dressing like this long time ago, and the traditions of Andalusia are wonderful and it’s a matter of honor to keep and protect them.

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