Photographs of Art & Life in Morocco

The following photographs (taken between 1996 and 2006) illustrate how art is an integral part of everyday life in Morocco. Now you can see for yourself how many of the arts and crafts sold by Moroccan Caravan are used by people in Morocco. We hope you enjoy looking at them.

Photographs were taken by Addi Ouadderrou and are copyrighted by Addi Ouadderrou. If you are interested in using these images in magazines, textbooks, or multi-media publications, please contact Addi Ouadderrou at Moroccan Caravan for permission.

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A potter from Fes
Baking Bread
Berber bride in southeastern Morocco
Berber bride with henna
Berber man in traditional dress
Berber weaver
Chicken for sale
Evil Eye and Textiles
Fes ceramics
Fossils from the Sahara
Gnawa festival
Gnawa musical instruments
Gnawa musicians
Gnawa musicians from Essaouira
Men from the Sahara
More fossils from the Sahara
Womens' Embroidered Headcoverings

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