Labbade

Country: 
Lebanon
Nation: 
Lebanese
Male

The cylindrical headdress made ​​of camel wool is typical for different regions of the Middle East: it is such headgears wear the famous dervishes while whirling their dances on the squares of Istanbul. In Lebanon, it is worn mostly by Christians of the north of the country: they call it the labbade. The white scarf, which the Lebanese tie head over the hat, comes handy to wipe the face when needed. The alternative to the white scarf is a black and white keffiyeh scarf, also known as the Arab scarf wearing which Yaseer Arafat used to pose for the media.

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