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Just keep scrolling down. You’ll get to the end eventually. TEHRAN — A general view of carpet worth 5.8 million dollars and stretching 5,625 square meters taken during its unveiling ceremony in Imam Khomeini mosque at Tehran 31 July 2007. The carpet, the biggest in the world, was made using 38 tonnes of wool and ...

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TEHRAN — A general view of carpet worth 5.8 million dollars and stretching 5,625 square meters taken during its unveiling ceremony in Imam Khomeini mosque at Tehran 31 July 2007. The carpet, the biggest in the world, was made using 38 tonnes of wool and cotton by 1,200 weavers in 18 months in three villages in northeastern Iran, the head of Iran's carpet company, Jalaleddin Bassam said. It is to be spread in the mosque of late United Arab Emirates president and founder Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al-Nahayan in Abu Dhabi. (ATTA KENARE/AFP/Getty Images)

Just keep scrolling down. You’ll get to the end eventually.

TEHRAN — A general view of carpet worth 5.8 million dollars and stretching 5,625 square meters taken during its unveiling ceremony in Imam Khomeini mosque at Tehran 31 July 2007. The carpet, the biggest in the world, was made using 38 tonnes of wool and cotton by 1,200 weavers in 18 months in three villages in northeastern Iran, the head of Iran’s carpet company, Jalaleddin Bassam said. It is to be spread in the mosque of late United Arab Emirates president and founder Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al-Nahayan in Abu Dhabi. (ATTA KENARE/AFP/Getty Images)

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