The world's largest kilim has been hand-woven in QiroKarzin County of Fars Province, southern Iran.
Seven master weavers and three assistant weavers from the southern Iranian city of QiroKarzin created the 105 square meter kilim.
According to the provincial officials, the weaving of this kilim was commissioned by Qatar and carried out by the Ariafar Kilim and Gabbeh Cooperative Company.
The texture of this kilim is reported to include 66,105 meters of thread.
Kilims are flat and not knotted carpets that are traditionally hand-woven by nomads in rural Iran.