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Afghan women spin new careers by reviving ancient Silk Road crafts
by Stefanie Glinski
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
9 July 2020
On 9 July 2020 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Once an important Silk Road trading hub, the Afghan city of Herat has long been a cultural centre, but decades of war have ravaged its ancient traditional crafts. Now thousands of women are returning to the ancient practices, seeking to revive the traditions of a city where traders once came to haggle for silk in thick-walled houses and dome-shaped bazaars. On the outskirts of the ancient city, about 4,000 women work to cultivate silk ...
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