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Cantabrian albarcas coloured in black.
Cantabrian albarcas coloured in black.
Albarcas
Albarcas
Asturian madreñas
Asturian madreñas

A Cantabrian albarca is a rustic wooden shoe in one piece, which has been used particularly by the peasants of Cantabria, northern Spain.[1][2][3] In the neighbouring province of Asturias madreñas are still being widely used in rural areas.

Cantabrian albarcas are similar to other clogs from Europe, but have significant features and different characteristics in terms of woodworking process and in their use.[3] They have a characteristic set of three dowels on the bottom of the shoe.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Las albarcas en El Diario Montañés" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2008-05-12.
  2. ^ "Artesanía de Cantabria, en Casas y Hoteles Rurales" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2008-05-12.
  3. ^ a b Linares Argüelles, Mariano; Pindado Uslé, Jesús; Aedo Pérez, Carlos (1985). "Tomo I". Gran Enciclopedia de Cantabria. Santander, Cantabria: Editorial Cantabria. ISBN 84-86420-01-6.