This is possibly the prettiest village in the east side of the valley. There is a remarkable church with authentic art subjects from the XVI century. The village has proudly made a community museum that exhibits some of the large-sized stone carvings from their ancient city as well as early looms, wheels and instruments used to manufacture the fine rugs that the village is most famous for.
Numerous families in the village are dedicated to weaving rugs and other woolen garments. Some are better know than others and it's nice to visit family homes/studios to see the process of how they are made. Many still use the traditional techniques of carding and spinning their own wool, then dying it with natural colors and finally weaving on solid-wood looms.
Entrance Fee to the Community Museum Open daily from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.