The profession of Barber is known since the middle Ages.
The first barbers were doctors and dentists, and the first Barber shop not only provided a shaving, trimming beards and mustache, but served as salons where the men met to discuss the latest news.
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In many cultures this tradition is alive to this day.
62-year-old Ali Marila from the city of Kilis in Turkey has inherited a Barber shop of his father after his death. He still serves customers the same traditional methods as his father.
A Barber shop in the Mutrah Souq in Muscat, Oman.
A man reading a newspaper waiting his turn in a Barber shop in Nairobi, Kenya.
Street barbers appeared in Hanoi in the 18th century.
Left photo: 43-year-old Mr. Voi, who works as a hairdresser for more than 20 years, since I returned from the army.
The photo on the right: 29-year-old Mr Giang, who began working as a hairdresser right after high school.
Street services hairdressers in Ethiopia are mainly the poor.
Barber Tariq Al which cuts the customers on the roadside in Addis Ababa, earns about 10 dollars a day.
A Barber shop in Pyongyang, North Korea.
Barber in Havana, Cuba.
Hairdressing and beauty salons are flooded with Cuba after 2010, the government has allowed this form of employment to the private sector.
Trendy barbershop in Norwich, England.
Barbershop in Mumbai, India. Here still traditional Barber chair.
The owner of a Barber shop in Virginia, USA. In this photo he is sitting next to the cash register of the old model.
Posters in support of Palestine on the wall in a Barber shop in Sanaa, Yemen.
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