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The presented object is a men’s outer garment made of brown cloth, lined with blue and white herringbone factory-made fabric. On the collar and at the end of the sleeves, a black decoratively backstitched material is visible.

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The presented object is a men’s outer garment made of brown cloth, lined with blue and white herringbone factory-made fabric. On the collar and at the end of the sleeves, a black decoratively backstitched material is visible. On both sides there are pockets (4 in total): sewn in with and without a flap, trimmed with a black border. The edges of the jacket are also finished with a border. The buttons are set in two rows (6 in total), with one row sewn over with fabric.
This type of cucha was once very popular in Orava, but it went out of use in the interwar period. It was worn every day, in autumn, winter and early spring.

Elaborated by the Orava Ethnographic Park Museum in Zubrzyca Górna, © all rights reserved

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Orava jacket — “cucha”

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