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Kolah Namadi is a Persian hat made of animal wool. It is made from the wool hair of sheep, goats, or camels, which are mixed with a binding material and compressed with heat and water. The shape varies from region to region; however, a popular shape is a brimless cylindrical cap with a rounded crown.

The cap neatly sits on the wearer’s head and covers a little bit of the brow so that it is stable on the head. However, it doesn’t cover the ears. Kolah Namadi is most popular in Iran and is a symbol of affluence and pride for Iranian men.

It is a cult representation of Iran, and therefore, an Iranian film has the same name as the hat.

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