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Jajim enjoys an important place in Iran's weaving heritage
Rugs and carpets are an important part of Iran’s culture. Jajim is a type of handmade textile woven from cotton or wool and is easily identified by their vertical stripe patterns. The history of this art is unfortunately unknown, though it is believed that some of the antique textiles illustrated Persian paintings in 14th century may have been jajims, ismadein.com reported.
New site mooted for Inverness see-saw arts installation
A new location for 'The Gathering Place' — a see-saw-like arts installation that has its critics but also supporters — has been unveiled.
Derry exhibit, a shining beacon in artistic talent
An new art exhibition is open to the public in Derry from September 25 through October 9 at UK's Holywell Trust Building, showcasing the creative talents of a group of older people who have experienced mental ill-health.
Artistic carnival will embark  on cross-country road trip
Promoting and introducing culture and civilization to people across the world have always been among the main concerns of state officials in culturally rich countries.

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