By Tyler Brock Rabat - The Kasbah des Oudaya's cobble-stone streets guide you through its narrow passageways. First built in the 12th century during the Almohad Caliphate as a fortress overlooking the Bouregreg river, it later became the refuge of Andalusian Muslims fleeing Spain after their expulsion in the early 1600s. Its inner walls, half-white, half-blue,...0
In Pictures: 13th Annual Tan-Tan Moussem Festival
Rabat - Every year, the southern Moroccan city of Tan-Tan celebrates the Tan-Tan Moussem Festival in the presence of thousands of international attendees.
Recognized by UNESCO as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity, the festival highlights the Sahara’s culture and heritage in an enchanting atmosphere.
The southern city hosted the festival on May 5 to 10.
A majestic caption of one of the ships of Sahara.
Camels are often called the ships of desert for their abilities to cross the deserts' dunes and sands very easily. They can also walk for miles and miles without food nor water.
"Two shades of blue and a white gown"
The picture captures three man wearing the traditional gown usually called Derr?'ah. The outfit is usually white or blue. Sahraoui men usually put a cover called Lith?m on their heads and faces.
Fantasia at 13th Annual Tan-Tan Moussem Festival
Fantasia " Lab El Baroud" is a traditional art of riding horses in Maghreb societies, usually