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Which one is NOT an example of traditional Turkish arts?
Why do the Lithuanians decorate eggs on Easter?
It's just a souvenir for tourists.
An egg is a symbol of life.
It is a modern tradition.
It's a celebration for New Year.
In Jordan, most of the figures used in mosaic paintings are...
The Merry Cemetery in Romania is famous for its brightly colored tombstones which...
has naïve paintings of the people buried
doesn't have flower decorations
are also common all over the world
are painted only in pink
Miniature is a Turkish painting art within an illuminated book, depicting scenes from different time periods.
Tourists who come to Lithuania usually buy jewelry made of...
This handcraft is common in Jordan and straws taken from dry wheat/barley stalks are used to make baskets.
In this historic site of Romania, a family's status in community is displayed with the carved gate of their home.
Turkish evil-eye-bead, which is usually made of blue glass with white and yellow circles inside, is believed to protect you against the evil-eye.
Lithuanian decorations made of straw are called...
Wood carving is one of the oldest fine arts in Jordan, which requires a lot of skills and mastery.
... is the symbol of vigilance and pride, used in Horezu pottery in Romania.
Which flower patterns are usually painted on Turkish ceramics and tiles?
What are the most popular patterns of the Lithuanian paper-cutting art ?
real events of life
people, animals and nature
In Jordan, it is one of the popular handcrafts that are engraved on fabrics or dresses.
This art is both common in Lithuania and Romania, painted with diverse decorative motifs of nature, animals and traditional elements.
Which one is NOT a traditional motif used on Turkish Kilims (Rugs) ?
In Lithuania, traditional Easter decorations are usually made of...
dried flowers and grass
Which is a traditional artwork, NOT common in Turkey and Jordan?
In Sibiu/Romania, artisans use black and white graphic motifs, reflecting the ...