Women in Doidokh village in northeastern Iran are well-known for the silk carpets they weave, the majority of which are exported to other countries.

The Turkmen-majority village of Doidokh near the city of Bojnord is widely known for the carpets woven by its local women. Almost 80 per cent of these carpets, both sides of which are made of silk, are exported to other countries.

Here are IRNA’s photos of these women weaving the silky carpets:

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