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An Afghan family collects cocoons from dried mulberry leaves in Zandajan district of Herat province. Carpet weaving once employed, directly or indirectly, six million people, or a fifth of the country's population

An Afghan family collects cocoons from dried mulberry leaves in Zandajan district of Herat province. Carpet weaving once employed, directly or indirectly, six million people, or a fifth of the country's population

El problema real viene cuando preguntas. ¿pueden elegir? si pueden elegir, yo lo respeto totalmente, el problema, es cuando las condenan por "exhibirse" al quitarse un burka cuando hace mucho calor. ~Que vida mas contradictoria

El problema real viene cuando preguntas. ¿pueden elegir? si pueden elegir, yo lo respeto totalmente, el problema, es cuando las condenan por "exhibirse" al quitarse un burka cuando hace mucho calor. ~Que vida mas contradictoria

Walking along a road in Herat http://fc-foto.de/31688001

Walking along a road in Herat http://fc-foto.de/31688001

Coloured threads to be woven into a carpet hang inside a traditional factory in Afghanistan's province of Herat

How the women of Afghanistan are saving the silk weaving tradition

Coloured threads to be woven into a carpet hang inside a traditional factory in Afghanistan's province of Herat

The Herat region of northern Afghanistan has historically been the centre of silk production, textiles, and a burgeoning garment industry

How the women of Afghanistan are saving the silk weaving tradition

The Herat region of northern Afghanistan has historically been the centre of silk production, textiles, and a burgeoning garment industry

Keeping up traditions: An Afghan worker weaves threads to be woven into a carpet at a traditional factory in Herat once hat the heart of the industry

How the women of Afghanistan are saving the silk weaving tradition

Keeping up traditions: An Afghan worker weaves threads to be woven into a carpet at a traditional factory in Herat once hat the heart of the industry

Afghan children dry silk threads in a traditional factory in Zandajan district of Herat province. Afghanistan has a long tradition of producing and weaving carpets

How the women of Afghanistan are saving the silk weaving tradition

Afghan children dry silk threads in a traditional factory in Zandajan district of Herat province. Afghanistan has a long tradition of producing and weaving carpets

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