Gharajeh is a carpet weaving center of which the runners are much demanded both in Iran and abroad. This name is derived from a village that is situated on the western side of Hens. Most of the local weavers produce different sizes of single-weft carpets with geometrical motives on the borders and in among the three medallions woven in the field of the carpets. The color that they usually apply is dark red. Gharajeh rugs have very unique design attributes that distinguish them from other Northwestern IRAN rugs and carpets. Persian Gharajeh rugs have repeating medallion designs. The only other repeating medallion design is found in carpets of the TURKAMEN tribe who are living in the North and Northeastern IRAN.

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