Pottery is one of the lasting creations of man from the Neolithic and prehistoric period. None of the artifacts and constructions of human thought can reach pottery in terms of cheapness and abundance of raw materials in nature. The term pottery refers to ready-made materials and parts that are made of clay and shaped and then baked in a kiln. Ceramic is derived from the Greek word (keramos) meaning baked pottery and is said to be a product made of minerals and soil and then heated in a furnace with high heat and reaches its final properties and finally baked. Be.
The art of pottery in the region of Azerbaijan is closely related to the white soil native to the Zanuz region. have taken.
Indigenous pottery in the region has had its ups and downs in the past six decades. It was started by the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization and the number of audiences and enthusiasts of pottery increased day by day.
Since 1390, the Aras Free Zone Organization, with the issuance of licenses for handicraft schools and holding free training courses, has been responsible for publishing, preserving and reviving this art of industry in this region of our dear country Iran.

Aras Free Zone during the three recent economic, social and cultural development programs relying on knowledge-based management and capable consultants as well as motivated and specialized staff has become a pioneer region in the country and in terms of performance has indeed turned into a model for other free zones within the country and among countries of the region.

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