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El Badii Palace Marrakech

The El Badi Palace is a reminder of Marrakech’s heyday when it was a bustling caravan hub and the capital of Morocco’s mighty empire.This monument, made up of more than 300 parts, was erected by Sultan Ahmed El Mansour after he returned from exile to commemorate the Saadian army’s crushing victory over the Portuguese occupation.El […]

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The last Nomads in Morocco 

In the past, several countries have experienced nomadism.It is a way of life that has been abandoned in certain nations but is still practiced in others.Despite Morocco’s rapid progress, the nomadic way of life still prevails there.The last remaining nomads in Morocco continue to lead traditional lives.identical to the kind of life they had 100

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Moroccan Weddings

It can be quite beneficial to know what to anticipate if you’re getting married in Morocco or travelling to attend a wedding there. The Formalities of Marriage in Morocco The bride and groom sign the marriage contract as the first step in a normal Moroccan marriage.Contrary to the west, less individuals attend the wedding ceremony

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Moroccan handcrafted jewellery and craftsmanship have a long history that continues in the present day. One of the most cherished assets Moroccan women own is jewellery. In the past, Morocco’s Jewish population was largely responsible for the traditional craft of creating authentic Moroccan jewellery. Jewish artisans and craftspeople were recognized as the top designers and


Dar Moulay Ali

Dar Moulay Ali In the Dar Moulay Ali French consular residence in Medina, Dar Moulay Ali Maison de la France in Marrakech first opened its doors in May 2017.The facility, which is run by the Institut Français de Marrakech, provides a venue for exhibitions, history, and recreation. History of Dar Moulay Ali Beside the Koutoubia

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History Of Essaouira

History of Essaouira Originally known as Amogdul Bereber (meaning “well guarded”), Essaouira was eventually given the names “Mogador” by the Portuguese and “Mogador” by the Spanish. It still goes by its Arabic name today. Up until the Vth century A.D., the Carthaginians and the Phoenicians ruled Essaouira. The Romans eventually took over and ruled until

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