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Hutzul costume, 3/4 of the 19th century – In the past, men, regardless of age, covered their heads. The cap or hat was taken off only when a man entered the house or church or during mourning. The sheepskin cap (căciulă) was usually black and lined with white fur. The shape of the căciulă was determined by the system of tailoring, but was perfected using a wooden mould, on which the căciulă was stretched after it was finished.

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