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  • 1. Folk costumes and dances in Spain

2. WOMAN ANDALUSIA. SOUTH OF SPAIN The major element of the gown is the dressing-gown of tail, which is a long skirt that weighs 10 pounds (4,5 kg), it has a tail of 5 feet (1,5 m) trs the ballerina and it is full of fluid steering wheels of colors. A shawl with bangs, color, of court in V, called Mantan, sticks about the waist to give color to the rest of the gown. The chalets are often of it sedates and the dresses are designed in a gypsy colouring style The suit for a man is less complicated than the heavy skirt of the woman and the shawl, and only it needs of traditionally black, tight trousers, a hat, and a shirt that removes under a jacket or short jacket MAN 3. ANDALUSIA. SOUTH OF SPAIN The Sevillian ones are one sing and typical dance of Seville, which is sung and are danced in the different fairs that are celebrated by the whole Andalusian region. His origin would think in the years before the epoch of the Kings Catlicos, in a few compositions that they were known as " Castilian seguidillas ", with the time they evolved, the dance being added in the 18th century up to coming to them sing and dances with which they are named nowadays SEVILLANAS . DANCE 4. WOMAN Jacket with carnation in the lapel, dark and exact trousers, cap to pictures blanquinegros (parpusa), booties and white handkerchief to the neck Mantn de Manila (Its name is associated with the port of Manila (The Philippines), where the Spanish colony was landing the worn products of the Far East during the 16th century) Jacket with carnation in the lapel, dark and exact trousers, cap to pictures blanquinegros (parpusa), booties and white handkerchief to the neck MAN GALICIA. NORTH OF SPAIN 5. It is a popular dance. Drum, tambourine is sung and dances accompanied of the bagpipe, the drum or drum, the tambourine (pandeireta), (pandeiro), bass-drum, charrasco and sometimes the shells (cunchas ou pilgrim's scallops). MUEIRA. DANCE GALICIA. NORTH OF SPAIN 6. WOMAN The regional Galician suit for the women is formed by a long skirt, which is in the habit of being red with a few black tapes in the low part, which goes on the enagua and the boyfriend, trousers fitted in the knee and the white or soaked averages. Over all that, a black apron is placed like apron, which length can change. In the top part, the Galicians dress a blouse or white shirt and it raises a jacket and fastidiousness (a species of small cap of fabric decorated with pearls and velvet with long tops that cross on the chest) of black cloth. As footwear, they can take clogs to him with sole of wood or black shoes of low heel White shirt with black jacket in the low part, they take the trousers (the name that the trousers receive) blacks and the gaiters (cloth that covers the legs from the knees up to the feet, normally of black color and that also cover the front part of the shoe). Surrounding the waist, there is placed a strip, which can be of different colors though it is in the habit of being red and in the feet also they are in the habit of wearing clogs or black shoes. MAN MADRID. THE CAPITAL OF SPAIN. 7. The chotis came to Madrid in 1850. From this moment, it reached great popularity and managed to be the most pure dance of the people of Madrid, up to turning into a symbol of festive Madrid. In Madrid (Spain), to the sound of a hurdy-gurdy it is danced in face-to-face pair, and during the dance the woman turns about the man, who turns on his own axis. It is said that the man does not need any more space than that of a tile to dance it. Generally it is danced in the verbenas, typical holidays of Madrid CHOTIS. DANCE MADRID. THE CAPITAL OF SPAIN