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Iranian handicrafts exhibited in Muscat

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Iranian handicrafts exhibited in Muscat

Marquetry and tilework pieces, kilim carpets and basketries were among highlights of the Iranian stalls.

The exhibition has been organized by the Fars province’s Cultural Heritage and Handicrafts Organization.

Over 200,000 crafters are active in Fars province.

 

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