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a. (kimono) – Japan
b. (kain pandjang) – Indonesia
c. (chapan robe) – Afghanistan
d. (robe) – China
e. (yellow gown) – England
f. (beaded dress) – France
g. (pink dress) – Canada
Many of you can tell where someone is from by what they're wearing. But sometimes the clothes from different cultures actually look very similar!