Laundry left out to dry in Qasr Village, which is now largely abandoned with encouragement from the government. There are a few trades still being practiced here, like the blacksmith shop which makes sicles for pruning palm trees and other tools, as well as a pottery workshop. The town had unique doors with wooden keys that resembled combs with a haphazard set of teeth to fit exactly into the holes of a female piece inside the door.
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