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title: Bethlehem Folklore Museum (2): Living room
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submitted by Spirit Of Sumud Tourism Program on 29.08.2009
Copyright (2009) Spirit Of Sumud Tourism Program

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The living room or Diwan of our house is arranged similar to those in Bethlehemite houses. There is an Arab ground seat (Diwan) covered with a carpet or Bsat imported from Turkey and cushions, as well as a bench covered with cushions and a carpet. The big red carpet striped with colors which covers the floor, is locally made. The Ta’amreh women weave these carpets by using a ground weaving loom.

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