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Be aware that the bullfighter's cap (whose name is montera) is representative of bullfighting activity but not the country itself. You can find bullfighting activity in other countries, even in some regions of Spain bullfighting is no longer allowed. Think about you will found lots of spanish people offended if you associate them with bullfighters. As ...
I don't think so – You would most probably identify hats with countries, not languages.
I don't really think that there is something like this, because those kind of hats you are speaking of, are very typical according to the culture and not the language. But It's an interesting question! I think it would be the same if we want to differentiate English from Britain, USA, Canada, Australia, etc. Is there a hat to represent English speakers? ...
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