Where do these hats come from?

Some are everyday wear, others for special occasions but all of these hats are distinctive. Do you know where they originate from? Scroll to the bottom for the answers.

Young Spanish woman in Andalusian traditional clothes

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Girl Guiding Boat on Mekong Delta

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Peru, Puno Province, Puno, crafts, knitted caps

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Girl in Marken

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A farmer holds a freshly cut bundle of wheat in the Panjshir valley.

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Russian hats for sale

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Australia,Queensland,crowd of sheep farmers in 'Akubra' hats at auctio

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1. Spain
2. Vietnam
3. Wales
4. Peru
5. The Netherlands
6. Afghanistan
7. Mexico
8. Russia
9. Turkey
10. Australia

Source: theguardian.com

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