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Afghan War Rugs

Born during the occupation of Soviet troops in Afghanistan in the late 70s, war rugs have become a tradition that continues today among Afghans people.

The carpet manufacturers first began to work the symbols of glory and pride of their conflict with the Communists, headed for the denunciation of the failure of the U.S. to bring peace to their country.

Beyond the symbolic, those pieces of art become even more interesting when taken not too seriously.

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