Sombrero de catite

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A Chorrojumo—a Romani from Sacromonte in Granada—wearing a catite.

The sombrero de catite or simply catite is a traditional Andalusian hat, which received its name from a conically shaped sweet.[1][2]

It is a hat with a high conical crown and a wide brim whose upturned edge forms a rectangular profile. A kerchief, tied at the back and covering the head, is usually worn under the catite.

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This article incorporates information from the revision as of 2010-05-05 of the equivalent article on the Spanish Wikipedia.