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The Moroccan berber rug vary from region to region.

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The Moroccan berber rug vary from region to region.

 The Moroccan berber rug is characterized by the unexampled skill and mastery of the performance, which is an expression of Moroccan traditions and popular habits...

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“Atlas women” brought out the Moroccan berber rug from Forgetfulness

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“Atlas women” brought out the Moroccan berber rug from Forgetfulness

In the high-altitude Atlas Mountains and about 120 km from Fez  the imperial..

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The preparation of the wool

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The preparation of the wool

Moroccan craftswomen use sheep's wool to make their rugs & carpets or kilims...

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The Moroccan Berber Rug

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The Moroccan Berber Rug

The Moroccan Berber Rug or "The Tribal Rug"

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The Beautiful Rugs in the Southern Morocco

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The Beautiful Rugs in the Southern Morocco

History of Berber carpets      The beginnings of the Berber carpet, its origin and the meaning of its motives goes back very far. It does not come from Oriental carpets of the Islamic era, but the similarity of the technique of knotting and certain motifs indicates common roots, probably dating back to the Neolithic of Asia Minor. Away from the great civilizations of Antiquity and far from the cultural exchanges of the Silk Road, the Berber carpet has kept its originality in the mountainous regions of the Atlas and the Atlantic plains.              ...

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