The "Golden Weavers" are a tribe of skilled traders who have lived in the desert for 3000 years. They are known for their intricate and elaborate embroidery, which they use to adorn their clothing and create works of art. In addition to their needlework, they are also known for trading gold and other precious metals. They are also famous for here architecture buildings covered with gold and woven carmine red textures. Despite the harsh conditions of life in the desert, the Golden Weavers have thrived for thousands of years, preserving their rich cultural heritage through their arts and crafts, music, and dance. To this day, they remain a proud and respected tribe, known for their wealth and the beauty of their clothing and art.
People, architecture, fashion and art of the Golden Weavers tribe.