- SARAH TRICHA
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Geometric patterns made by Moroccan zillij, mosaic masterpieces, capture attention and mesmerize. For me, the fascination with zillij is so overwhelming that it makes me love Moroccan artistic traditions.
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Still considered a developing nation, Morocco isn’t a country with which one typically associates luxury travel. Surprisingly then, the Royal Mansour in Marrakech, one of Morocco’s major cities, is home to the second most expensive hotel in the world, according to a recent survey from Luxury-Hotels-com.
- MARYAM MONTAGUE
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Oh, I was in a good mood when the night started but I had a no idea of the evening that lay before me. Because near a secret garden in Riad El Fenn, a happening was, well, happening.The Caliph’s House, was speaking. You see Tahir Shah, the illustrious writer of The Caliph’s House, was speaking. His introduction was made with great fanfare.
- MARYAM MONTAGUE
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Oh please don't mistake me for one of those girls who always has her bed made, or her make up on, or her schedule set.
Yes, please don't mistake me for one of those girls who always has her act together.
Because I'm not one of those girls.
In fact, lately, my mind has been a cluttered place. Jumbled, if you know what I mean. And when it gets that way, I know that I have to get out...
And the Moroccan Atlas Mountains are just the ticket to peace of mind.
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Sponsorship of a Learning Room provides 4 computers, internet access, tables, chairs, a small refrigerator, projector, and books. The Learning Room will also provide space for training seminars and meetings.
- MARYAM MONTAGUE
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Marrakech / Morocco Board News Service - I had met them accidentally. French, charming, stylish...the kind of people you want to know. That was months ago and there had been meet ups since then, including a dinner in the embroidered tent at Peacock Pavilions, Geraldine's Moroccan pique-nique chic and a soiree at designer Corinne Bensimon's house.
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The donkey politician who called my God a monkey has crossed the Line! / For the last 500 years, monsters like him controlled our lives’ destiny and design,
A lot of abuses since the Inquisition to keep us and the Have-Nots behind; / The Donkey, Jones, Graham, Gingrich, Palin, Keller are a real bad sign. / They deny that Church, Synagogue, Temple and Mosque are all divine. / Why must We not cross the line?
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Mohamed Choukri's books rank among the classics of modern world literature. The Moroccan author would have been 75 this month, but there is little to celebrate: all over the world, almost all his books are out of print. Morocco has failed to preserve the legacy of one of its best-known literary figures.
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Morocco board news /
in a decomunentary by John Cleese, It is always a good idea to define something from A to Z. It is even a better idea to define Football (the one that is actually played with both a foot and a ball) from A to Z. It is obviously a fantastic idea to have Thierry Henry, Michael Ballack, Mia Hamm, Káká, Pelé, Arséne Wenger, Pierluigi Collina and Brigit Prinz explaining the beautiful game they play better than everyone (except Ronaldinho).
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Marrakesh / Morocco Board News Service-- Colin Watson a Painter who captures "the otherness" of Morocco. He graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Ulster and has exhibited at the Pyms Gallery London, Jorgensen Fine Arts and the Royal Academy Dublin, One Oxford Street Belfast and other Belfast galleries, the Lawrence Arnott Gallery in 2007 and again on the 8th June -3rd July 2010.
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In an exclusive interview with MAP, Julio Iglesias who will give a concert on May 23 as part of the Festival "Mawazine Rhythms of the World" (May 21-29), said he would like to make a song inspired by Moroccan music.