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Search results for: Shawia-(Chaoui)

ALGERIA/
RTR2EKOZ
May 31, 2010
A Shawia girl stands in front of carpets during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city...
KHENCHLA, Algeria
A Shawia girl stands in front of carpets during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city...
A Shawia girl stands in front of carpets during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela May 30, 2010. Berber carpets, which take up to three months to make, are the most expensive in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ALGERIA/
RTR2EKOV
May 31, 2010
A Shawia carpet maker prepares wool at her stall during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern...
KHENCHLA, Algeria
A Shawia carpet maker prepares wool at her stall during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern...
A Shawia carpet maker prepares wool at her stall during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela May 30, 2010. Berber carpets, which take up to three months to make, are the most expensive in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ALGERIA/
RTR2EKOU
May 31, 2010
A Shawia boy stands near a girl demonstrating her carpet weaving skills with wool during a carpet festival...
KHENCHLA, Algeria
Shawia boy stands near girl demonstrating her carpet weaving skills during carpet festival in Berber...
A Shawia boy stands near a girl demonstrating her carpet weaving skills with wool during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela May 30, 2010. Berber carpets, which take up to three months to make, are the most expensive in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ALGERIA/
RTR2EKOT
May 31, 2010
Shawia folklore dancers perform during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela...
KHENCHLA, Algeria
Shawia folklore dancers perform during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela...
Shawia folklore dancers perform during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela May 30, 2010. Berber carpets, which take up to three months to make, are the most expensive in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ALGERIA/
RTR2EKOQ
May 31, 2010
A Shawia carpet maker smiles as he is pictured at his stall during a carpet festival in Berber village...
KHENCHLA, Algeria
A Shawia carpet maker smiles as he is pictured at his stall during a carpet festival in Berber village...
A Shawia carpet maker smiles as he is pictured at his stall during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela May 30, 2010. Berber carpets, which take up to three months to make, are the most expensive in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ALGERIA/
RTR2EKON
May 30, 2010
A Shawia girl stands in front of carpets during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city...
KHENCHLA, Algeria
A Shawia girl stands in front of carpets during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city...
A Shawia girl stands in front of carpets during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela May 30, 2010. Berber carpets, which take up to three months to make, are the most expensive in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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ALGERIA
RTXJS5P
May 20, 2009
Shawia women attend a carpet weaving course at a training centre at Babar village in eastern city of...
BABAR, Algeria
Shawia women attend a carpet weaving course at a training centre at Babar village in eastern city of...
Shawia women attend a carpet weaving course at a training centre at Babar village in eastern city of Khenchela May 19, 2009. Babar carpets, which takes up to 3 months to make, are the most expensive carpets in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. To preserve this traditional tapestry craft, a museum for showcasing these carpets will soon be built at Babar village. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA SOCIETY)
ALGERIA
RTXJS1K
May 20, 2009
A Shawia dyer hangs out dyed wool used to make carpets in Babar village in the eastern city of Khenchela...
BABAR, Algeria
A Shawia dyer hangs out dyed wool used to make carpets in Babar village in the eastern city of Khenchela...
A Shawia dyer hangs out dyed wool used to make carpets in Babar village in the eastern city of Khenchela May 19, 2009. Babar carpets, which takes up to 3 months to make, are the most expensive carpets in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. To preserve this traditional tapestry craft, a museum for showcasing these carpets will soon be built at Babar village. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA SOCIETY)
ALGERIA
RTXJR2U
May 20, 2009
A Shawia woman prepares wool to weave carpet at a carpet training centre in Babar village in the eastern...
BABAR, Algeria
A Shawia woman prepares wool to weave carpet at a carpet training centre in Babar village in the eastern...
A Shawia woman prepares wool to weave carpet at a carpet training centre in Babar village in the eastern city of Khenchela May 19, 2009. Babar carpets, which takes up to 3 months to make, are the most expensive carpets in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. To preserve this traditional tapestry craft, a museum for showcasing these carpets will soon be built at Babar village. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA
RTXJR1B
May 20, 2009
A Shawia woman washes wool used to make carpets at a stream in Babar village in eastern city of Khenchela...
BABAR, Algeria
A Shawia woman washes wool used to make carpets at a stream in Babar village in eastern city of Khenchela...
A Shawia woman washes wool used to make carpets at a stream in Babar village in eastern city of Khenchela May 19, 2009. Babar carpets, which takes up to 3 months to make, are the most expensive carpets in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. To preserve this traditional tapestry craft, a museum for showcasing these carpets will soon be built at Babar village. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA SOCIETY)
ALGERIA
RTXJR1A
May 20, 2009
A Shawia woman washes wool used to make carpets at a stream in Babar village in eastern city of Khenchela...
BABAR, Algeria
A Shawia woman washes wool used to make carpets at a stream in Babar village in eastern city of Khenchela...
A Shawia woman washes wool used to make carpets at a stream in Babar village in eastern city of Khenchela May 19, 2009. Babar carpets, which takes up to 3 months to make, are the most expensive carpets in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. To preserve this traditional tapestry craft, a museum for showcasing these carpets will soon be built at Babar village. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA SOCIETY)
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