MY TOWN AND TRADITIONAL FESTIITIES. Adriana Alonso Beltrán 3ºA I.E.S. Duque de Alarcón (Valera de abajo- Cuenca). CONTENTS/INDEX. 1. MY TOWN 1.2. History 2. TRADITIONAL FESTIVITIES.
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Adriana Alonso Beltrán 3ºA
I.E.S. Duque de Alarcón (Valera de abajo- Cuenca)
1. MY TOWN
2. TRADITIONAL FESTIVITIES
They began to make slabs (laundry), pickers and even a door by hand, without machines, just with a saw, a handsaw and a chisel. The place where they worked was a small room in their homes.MY TOWN – history
Since then, the town is dedicated to woodworking, and today there are over 60 factories of doors and windows, but all remain familiar.MY TOWN – history
March 19 is celebrated as the day of the carpenters, so that in this town is a big party. The day before, the employees of each company meet each other to dinner in their workshops.2- Tratditional festivities
On the morning of March 19, all the brave are wearing their best clothes to go to the church and the procession.2- Tratditional festivities
The Ceremony of this day is very nice because of the chorus of people singing songs that are dedicated to the carpenters and the profession so special for them.
Finally, to end the day, there is a party in the council hall, where lots of people dance and have fun.2- Tratditional festivities