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    Guess the ethnicity of these women



    Younger:




    And this one:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
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    And this one:

    Are they from the same place or not?

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    They are very similar, the skull, the lips, the nose, the eyes however are not from the same place in my opinion. but maybe they follow a common matriarchal ancestral line or something like that.

    1. could be Portuguese or Albanian.
    2. As well as French; although I don't think so completely, maybe Irish British Isles .
    3. More like Bulgaria or that area more or less.

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    Are all three different women?

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    Seems French in the second pic and Portuguese like in the other two pics.

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    The first two pictures are the same woman, she's just younger in the first picture. So there are two women.

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    He looks older in the first picture than in the second one.

    That natural and spontaneous joy is very familiar to me. It can remind me of Spanish, French, Irish, even Swedish or Norwegian

    Change of opinion are from the same place but from different cantons.

    Well, after much thought I'm going to stay with Switzerland for both.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
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    This last photo is very reminiscent of the countenance of the great Portuguese singer Amália Rodrigues.


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    Honestly it could be so many countries...

    1. Poland, Czech, German.
    2. France, Switzerland, Italy.



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    hard to place the first one. my guess would be somewhere in central europe or maybe french. for the second one i would say danish.

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    1-2. German Bayer
    3. Spain

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    The women are two of the finest opera singers of the 20th century.

    1-2 Renata Tebaldi-Italian from Emilia.

    3 Joan Sutherland-Australian of full Scottish ancestry.

    I was reminded of Tebaldi because a Pramzan dialect song appeared on my feed performed by the Chorale Renata Tebaldi of Parma. I posted it in the music thread.

    They do have similarities.

    For one thing, they both have large skulls and broad faces. My friend is a singing coach, and according to her, that's a perfect shape for singers; something about chambers for resonance.

    Tebaldi playing Butterfly



    Joan Sutherland

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    Poland, Czech, German.

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    Well done Angela and thanks for the info. Merry Xmas.

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