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Launched under the theme “Intangible Cultural Heritage: between authenticity and globalization challenges”, the event aims to preserve the cultural heritage of the region and make it a means of development, integration and openness to the world, to expose its natural and artistic potential and its historical monuments.
This moussem, who took over in 2004 with the support the Spanish explorer, Kitin Munoz, who is also a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations in science, education and culture (UNESCO), aims to make tribute to the culture of nomadism by understanding the different aspects of everyday life in the Sahara population throughout history.
On the menu of this festival, listed in November 2005 Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, a series of events including a carnival, a conference on “The Oral and Intangible Heritage: What ro le in sustainable development” and a meeting on the project of the development of integrated tourist area in the region of Oued Ch’bika in Tan Tan.
This 7th edition will also be marked by thematic tents that will be erected to reflect various aspects of nomadic life as well as exhibitions of terroir products that will be mounted along the Avenue Hassan II and another on the Place Bir Anzaran, gathering the crafts.
Emission “Do not dream: OUED DRÄA”
Palm, royal cities, snake charmers …
Far from these pictures, it’s a little busy route, south of Morocco, which we followed to rediscover this country so close and so exotic at a time … Starting highs in the snow to get to the edge from the sea, in bright sunshine we met Berber, nomadic or sedentary, and shared their lives and concerns. A people of modern times have a life a little complicated, hitherto traditional. Laurent Bignolas