they are called wooden shoes
Dutch wooden shoes or sometimes also called Clogs in English is called "klompen" in Dutch
The wooden shoes from Holland, or the Netherlands, are called klomp. The clogs made in other countries have different names.
They are called 'geta.'
'Wooden shoes' in Dutch - is 'klompen'
In Dutch they're called 'klompen'. In English they're called 'clogs'.
Everyone wore shoes. For the poor, it was flat leather or wooden shoes. Most people wore shoes with blocks underneath called "patterns" to keep the shoes clean.
Wooden shoes are a symbol of Holland, though wood shoes are or were common in several other countries.
the wooden ones? well tht dearie is called a clog. In dutch called: klompen
there called clogs, and am not sure why, but in the past it was probally an easy material for them to get a hold of.
by the amerindians
the coat of arms represents holland do does cheese its wooden shoes and bikes the coat of arms represents holland do does cheese its wooden shoes and bikes the coat of arms represents holland do does cheese its wooden shoes and bikes
To wear on your feet
Holland. People from Holland which speak dutch wear wooden shoes in the damp fields which they go to farm
Two Little Wooden Shoes - 1920 is rated/received certificates of: UK:U
Holland is such country.
Japan and the Netherlands