Dry Stone Hut from La Mancha (Spain) by FranciscoGarciaRios

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A rustic and ethnographic small stone building, typical of La Mancha fields, located between Mahora and Valdeganga towns (Albacete, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain), representing a more sophisticated evolution from traditional “cucos”, whose role was to provide adequate temporary shelter to shepherds and field workers against the weather as well as store their tools.

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“Cabaña de piedra de La Mancha”
Una rústica y etnográfica pequeña construcción de piedra, típica de los campos manchegos, entre las localidades albaceteñas de Mahora y Valdeganga, y que representa una más sofisticada evolución de los tradicionales cucos, cuyo cometido era el de servir de refugio a los pastores y trabajadores del campo para refugiarse de los rigores del clima y guardar sus aperos.

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