Villagers only wear socks on state occasions.
It is remarkable for the quaintness of the buildings and the picturesque costume of the villagers, who are of a singularly dark and robust type.
The villagers regard the Passion Play as a solemn act of religious worship, and the performances are characterized by the greatest reverence.
The lower classes, whether villagers or public servants, are little better than the slaves of higher officials.
In the same way the villagers had to go through the work of harrowing with their harrows, and of removing the harvest in their vans and carts.