Kazakh - Mongolia
Khan La Khan, Kazakh | Ulaankhus, Bayan Olgii | Mongolia, 2011
Kazakhs use every part of an animal and objects such as horns and bones are used for decoration, along with jewellery. They also indulge in richly embroidered clothing – women wear bright headscarves called ah jaulih and men wear skullcaps known as tuhia.
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