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Tunisian craftswomen of Sejnane preserve unique pottery-making tradition

By Reuters
16 January 2022   |   10:14 am
Sejnane, in Bizerte governorate north-west of Tunis, is famous for its unique pottery style and colours. Crafted mainly by women artisans, the pottery exhibits intricate Berber detail through a unique fabrication method. It is made of all-natural elements and does not contain any chemical components.

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