Deputy Minister cuts Ribbon on Handicrafts Exhibit in Shahr-e Kord

Iran’s deputy tourism minister Pouya Mahmoudian on Monday opened a national handicrafts exhibit in Shahr-e Kord, the capital city of Western Chaharmahal Bakhtiari province. A total of 150 stalls have been set up for the event, of which 120 are dedicated to crafters and artisans, 20 to tour operators and travel agents, and 10 to traders of local souvenirs, IRNA reported.  Currently 52 fields of handicrafts such as Kilim carpets, traditional locks, and Giveh shoes- a traditional lightweight footwear, are practiced across the province, the report said.

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