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Aben Danan Synagogue in Morocco.     Research completes genetic map of North African Jews.

Aben Danan Synagogue in Morocco. Research completes genetic map of North African Jews.

Morocco. cuir souple agréable à porter, solide  ET pas cher il y a 40 ans

Morocco. cuir souple agréable à porter, solide ET pas cher il y a 40 ans

djerba synagogue

djerba synagogue

Moshe Nahon synagogue, Tangier, Morocco

Moshe Nahon synagogue, Tangier, Morocco

Same type of ring-shaped house, a broadband enamelled with leaves in blue, green and white filigree rosettes between, the house is surrounded by four reasons enamel forget-me-not. Jewish Rings

Same type of ring-shaped house, a broadband enamelled with leaves in blue, green and white filigree rosettes between, the house is surrounded by four reasons enamel forget-me-not. Jewish Rings

MAROC

MAROC

Dattes et figues à Fez.

Dattes et figues à Fez.

Photograph of Jewish girl reciting a lesson in the Jewish community school classroom in Fez (Fes), Morocco. The girl stands at front of classroom in front of  a blackboard with Hebrew alphabet. The education is multilingual, including French, Arabic, and Hebrew studies, reflecting some of the cultures of the Jewish diaspora. Photograph by Nathan Benn taken February 15, 1980.

Photograph of Jewish girl reciting a lesson in the Jewish community school classroom in Fez (Fes), Morocco. The girl stands at front of classroom in front of a blackboard with Hebrew alphabet. The education is multilingual, including French, Arabic, and Hebrew studies, reflecting some of the cultures of the Jewish diaspora. Photograph by Nathan Benn taken February 15, 1980.

Kswat el Kebira: “Great Dress” The most distinctive Moroccan Jewish costume, which was worn by Jewish women in northern Spanish Morocco, - It is first worn at a pre-nuptial ceremony, the henna ceremony etc.. Jewishmuseum.net/collections/permanent-collection/ethnologystha moroccan jews

Kswat el Kebira: “Great Dress” The most distinctive Moroccan Jewish costume, which was worn by Jewish women in northern Spanish Morocco, - It is first worn at a pre-nuptial ceremony, the henna ceremony etc.. Jewishmuseum.net/collections/permanent-collection/ethnologystha moroccan jews

A view of a small, nondescript synagogue (in tan) near the mellah in Marrakech. A Jewish family still owns the synagogue, but it's no longer...

A view of a small, nondescript synagogue (in tan) near the mellah in Marrakech. A Jewish family still owns the synagogue, but it's no longer...

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