Carpet Factory 1968

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Cisnadie, Rumania.

Long shot over the village of Cisnadie with Carpathian mountains behind. Various shots inside the carpet factory showing mechanical weaving machines supervised by the workers. CU. Some of the patterns that are woven.

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01:06:36:00 / 01:07:23:00
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