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This photo was taken on March, Sunday 4th, 2012, at the National Museum of the American Indian. This latter was surely, at least for me, the most outstanding museum that I had the chance to visit among others during my stay in Washington D.C., U.S.…

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I took this picture, as lively as it is through the diverse colors, while standing in the front side of a shop for traditional clothes in Houbous, Casablanca. The richness of the Moroccan culture will allow clients to choose among different sorts of…

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This picture was taken in front of a shop for traditional clothes in Houbous, Casablanca. This time, I pointed my camera towards the feminine section of the shop, where "Takchitas," one type of Moroccan traditional dresses for women, were hung one…

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This picture was as well taken at Habous, Casablanca, Morocco. Heelless slippers, or "Balgha" in Moroccan Arabic, is another typical representations of the Moroccan traditional handicraft. People wear it either during religious celebrations (e.g.,…

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Another picture of numerous types and colors of "Balgha", the Moroccan traditional heel-less slippers. The collection exposed in this picture encompasses varieties of Balgha from different Moroccan sub-cultures--such as, Amazigh, Riffi, etc.

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A picture of one example of Moroccan traditional clothes for men: "Jalaba." Here again, the pictures presents Jalabas from different Moroccan sub-cultures, which is noticeable in the differences in colors, designs and tissues.

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This is a picture of a shop for Moroccan traditional clothes at Houbouss, Casablanca, Morocco, for women, men and children as well.

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This is another picture of a shop for Moroccan traditional clothes at Houbouss, Casablanca, Morocco.

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