Where Did the Sombrero Originate?

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The sombrero is in question as to it's true origin. The term sombrero is from the Spanish word sombre, meaning shade. It is believed the sombrero was developed by the farmers of Mexico to shade the head, shoulder and arms on those long sunny days.
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