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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)
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