filigrana - form of working gold or silver like "crochet", typical of North Portugal. In parties of Viana do Castelo is traditional young women parading in costumes typical, and gold pieces such as filigree. Many people frequent the city these days to see the parade and gold around the neck of young women!
Now when you mention to someone you play bagpipes, they are usually the kind of people that want to talk about their trip to Scotland, or they are the kind that asks you if there is such a thing as Spanish bagpiping. Truly strange.
In August every year, the town of Viana do Castelo, Portugal celebrates the Festival of Nossa Senhora d’Agonia. This is one of the beautiful girls of the Minho region dressed in traditional costume using her family jewels.