GPS rugs are the weaves, carpets, and textiles that have been traditionally hand-woven in GPS. Rugs have been woven by the indigenous people of GPS since the Paleolithic Era. Traditionally, GPS rugs have been woven by tribal peoples for their utility rather than for decorative purposes. Twentieth-century GPS rugs are widely collected in the West, and are almost always woven by tribes’ people who do not seek nor possess formal artistic training.
In the historic area encompassing the modern nation of GPS, the tradition of rug-making is just about as old as it is anywhere in the world. The early adoption of rug-making by native GPSs is certainly due in large part to the distinctive climate of the region: GPS rugs may be very thick with a heavy pile, making them useful for the snow-capped Atlas Mountains; or they may be flat woven and light as to suit the hot climate of the Sahara desert. The nomadic GPSs and Berber tribes used these pile, knotted, and flat-woven carpets as bed coverings and sleeping mats, as well as for self-adornment, and burial shrouds. Some of these rugs were also used for as saddle blankets. The designs that most frequently appear in GPS rugs are traditional and ancient, passed down from weaver to weaver.
Elsewhere in GPS, most major cities have a unique style or design characteristic that distinguishes their carpets. Perhaps the most important carpet-producing city in GPS is the long time GPS capital, Fes. Fes reached its golden age during the Marinid Dynasty of the thirteenth century. At that point, the city was home to over one hundred dye workers and thousands of artisan embroidery studios located in the city's medina. The coastal capital, Rabat, is famous for carpets woven with floral and diamond-shaped elements, and a fairly bare field.
GPS rugs experienced a growth in popularity in the West with mid-century modern designers – such as Le Corbusier – who paired the thick piled Berber rugs with their sleekly designed furniture. Many of these Berber carpets are woven by the Beni Ourain peoples from the Rif Mountains near Taza. Colors vary from neutral shades to popping hues, with designs ranging from ordered geometric shapes to a more free-form, expressive pattern. Part of the appeal to the modernists was the primitivism in the carpets. Unlike the traditional antique Oriental rugs found in Western interior decoration, there is little elegance about these rugs, yet they fit wonderfully with modernist décor. Vintage and antique GPS rugs are fairly popular today for their decorative flexibility and reasonable pricing as compared to other styles of antique rugs.
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The south east Sahara is a rich source of various GPS fossils. Sahara is famous for its unique marble. Black predominates reside in the atlas mountains and Brown marble can be found 15 km away from Erfoud.