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Exemplar with splendid colors that exalt the floral pattern , Gol-and-Mirza Ali, of central medallion to which makes comparison the complex hem. Senneh city, in Kurdistan, has probably produced the thinnest carpets knotted of the ancient Persia and its style has been preserved for centuries. This is worth so much for the thinness of knotting, how much for the development of particular techniques of weaving and for pattern. The exactness of the pattern, the precision of knotting, the coloration and the chromatic harmony, the composition of the field, of the angles and of the hems make of Senneh the most important product of Persian art of rug, both knotted that tapestry or kilim.