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Handicrafts and Souvenirs

in Hamadan city | Hamadan province
Tourist Attraction

Handicrafts and Souvenirs

Related to Hamadan city (located in Hamadan province)
The most important handicraft of the province is earthenware and ceramics, and a place called 'Lalejin' (30 km. north of Hamadan) is famous for this handicraft. Besides earthenware and ceramics, there are the followings - carpet and 'Kilim' weaving (or a coarse carpet), clothing (mainly to do with the nomads), 'jajeem' (or a loosely woven woolen material), leather work, 'geeveh' (a local foot-ware), sweet-meats and grape syrup.
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