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Gnawi in Agadir, Moracco.  The Gnawi are performers of "ancient African Islamic spiritual religious songs and rhythms. Its well preserved heritage combines ritual poetry with traditional music and dancing...dedicated to prayer and healing."  They are the descendants of black African slaves brought into Morocco after the fall of Timbuktu in 1591. Sources:  Wikipedia.org and http://www.ibiblio.org/gnawastories/

Gnawi in Agadir, Moracco. The Gnawi are performers of "ancient African Islamic spiritual religious songs and rhythms. Its well preserved heritage combines ritual poetry with traditional music and dancing...dedicated to prayer and healing." They are the descendants of black African slaves brought into Morocco after the fall of Timbuktu in 1591. Sources: Wikipedia.org and http://www.ibiblio.org/gnawastories/

tea serving is a very hard technic and few people know how to do it.

tea serving is a very hard technic and few people know how to do it.

Huwelijk Moulay Ismail | foto's

Huwelijk Moulay Ismail | foto's

Gnawa.  I was at the Gnawa Festival when I first got to Morocco, so much fun, and the music is a blast

Gnawa. I was at the Gnawa Festival when I first got to Morocco, so much fun, and the music is a blast

D E T A I L E D . D O O R

D E T A I L E D . D O O R

Medina, Fes, Maroc

Medina, Fes, Maroc

Villa Reflexion, Jardin Majorelle and Museum of Islamic Art, Marrakech, Morocco Fotoprint

Villa Reflexion, Jardin Majorelle and Museum of Islamic Art, Marrakech, Morocco Fotoprint

Afropop is thrilled to premiere “Mimouna” by Moroccan Gnawa musician Samir Langus.Langus is part of the NYC-based Moroccan Gnawa band Innove Gnawa. He was born and raised in Agadir, Morocco where at the age of 8, he began to learn Gnawa music.

Afropop is thrilled to premiere “Mimouna” by Moroccan Gnawa musician Samir Langus.Langus is part of the NYC-based Moroccan Gnawa band Innove Gnawa. He was born and raised in Agadir, Morocco where at the age of 8, he began to learn Gnawa music.

Oh no! In Fes, Morocco

Oh no! In Fes, Morocco

Africa | A group of Hassania musicians and dancers from the border of Mauritania and Morocco celebrate the Guedra in the courtyard of the their home. A ritual dance of love performed by women for the benefit of men, the Guedra is a ballet of the hands and feet. Mauritania. | ©Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

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Africa | A group of Hassania musicians and dancers from the border of Mauritania and Morocco celebrate the Guedra in the courtyard of the their home. A ritual dance of love performed by women for the benefit of men, the Guedra is a ballet of the hands and feet. Mauritania. | ©Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

joe casely-hayford | 2012 | foto: hassan hajjaj

joe casely-hayford | 2012 | foto: hassan hajjaj

They are like the deaf cobra that stops its ear. Whick will not heed the voice of the charmers Psalm 58:4

They are like the deaf cobra that stops its ear. Whick will not heed the voice of the charmers Psalm 58:4

Vrouwelijke motorbendes in Marrakesh

Vrouwelijke motorbendes in Marrakesh

Africa | Traditional dress from Morocco | via le Guide du Maroc

Africa | Traditional dress from Morocco | via le Guide du Maroc

De blauwe stad van Marokko

De blauwe stad van Marokko

Ornate lantern, The Medina of #Agadir, Morocco, Africa  www.asilahventures.com

Ornate lantern, The Medina of #Agadir, Morocco, Africa www.asilahventures.com