Homs, SANA- the 4-day Acacia 7th Bazaar, which was organized by “Lamsah Homsiya” or (Homs touch) Complex in cooperation with the Directorate of Homs Tourism, attracted hundreds of visitors to receive a beautiful gift for the mother and teacher’s holidays and the month of Ramadan, perfected by female fingers with an innovative touch in design and colors.
The bazaar, which was held at al-Tariq Hall in Homs from March 12th to 15th, included a variety of handicrafts and artistic works for a number of women who invested their enthusiasm in the arts to accomplish the best works of accessories, souvenirs, household utensils, handicrafts, crochet, pottery, inscriptions on marble, fabrics, clothing and leather, Games and cosmetics.
In a statement to SANA, Director of Lamsah Homsieh complex and the supervisor of the bazaar, Wouroud Hamza, said the bazaar seeks to employ the largest number of women who have a creative footprint to display their products that guarantee their entry into the labor market, which is reflected in the material and moral benefits for them and their families.
Women participating in handicrafts expressed their happiness to repeat their participation in the bazaar, which they described as an opportunity to display paintings and models that were made using copper wires, beads, agate stones, crystals, and chamois, while the engineer, Ata al-Sibai, indicated that she participated in various handicrafts, molded with wax, soap and gypsum.
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