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Jordanian merchant. A jordanian merchant wearing a white traditional hatta smiles before open his street stall in the ancient city of Petra (Jordan).
Hatta is a traditional headdress used by jordanian men which is also known as keffiyeh, shemagh, ghutrah, mashadah, pushi, chafiyeh, dastmal yazdi and cemedanî along the Middle-East region.
An agal is a black cord accesory, worn doubled, used to keep a hatta in place on the head.
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