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Beeralu Lacemakers Of The South

many believe it was passed down by the Dutch, others say it was the Portuguese. The latter is most likely the case because Beeralu was more present in the clothing culture of southerners in the 15th and 16th centuries, that is, when the Portuguese were here.

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