The capucha is a warm garment worn by the people who live in the mountainous cold regions of our country. It's made of sackcloth and is brown in colour. It is used in various situations: it protects from the rain and the cold on those freezing winter days and it can be wrapped around the head to carry heavy weight. There are capuchas made of very shiny black wool cloth called "briche". These are usually worn on Sundays and on festive occasions.
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