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The national costume of Great Britain Шинкевич Н. В. учитель английского языка МОУ лицей 1 г. Тутаев
English national costume Some people think men in England wear suits and bowler hats but it is very unusual these days to see anyone wearing a bowler hat.
Morris Dancers Morris Dancing is a traditional English form of folk dancing. The dances are usually performed at festivals such as May Day and Christmas.
Morris Dancers The costume consists of: trousers a white shirt a pad of bells worn around the calf of the leg a hat, decorated with ribbons and flowers
Beefeaters Yeomen Warders Yeomen of the Guard Their uniforms include the thistle, rose and shamrock – emblems of Scotland, England and Ireland. The initials ER on the their uniforms stand for Elizabetha Regina (Regina is Latin for the queen).
Yeomen Warders They were responsible for looking after any prisoners at the Tower and safeguarding the British crown jewels. The costume consists of: a scarlet tunic scarlet knee-breeches stockings a round hat
Yeomen Warders Yeomen Warders working at the Tower of London, are usually seen wearing the blue undress uniform granted to them by Queen Victoria in 1858.
Yeomen of the Guard They are bodyguards of the British Monarch and can be distinguished by their cross belts worn from the left shoulder.
Welsh national costume It is appeared in Wales in the late 18th century and is based on the peasant costume of the 18th and 19th centuries.
Welsh national costume tall hat white cap, worn under the hat bedgown white blouse petticoat small red flannel shawl cloak skirt, full and made of wool with a black and white check pattern. white apron
Irish national costume It consists of a short tunic for both men and women, worn with a fringed cloak.