Inside a Palloza in the ancient Celtic village of Piernado in Los Ancares, the eastern mountainous region of Galicia. Cows are led to pasture in the morning and come home later in the day on their own, this one much later. Here the old Celtic ways are still pretty fresh and the current generation still uses the old Pallozas, thatched stone houses that were home to livestock as well, even if they have built newer living quarters next door. Jose (check this name) was born in this palloza and still uses it everyday, keeping his cattle and chickens here. Note the Roman cart, still used in some areas of Galicia.