lmmima The Qadiria Zaouïa - الزاوية القادرية
A zaouïa -or zawiyah- is the place where sufis gather to meditate about religion and meet in spiritual sessions. Established in Morocco since the 12th century, zaouïas like the Qadiria, the Boutchichiya, the Tijania and the Nassiria...still have numerous adherents.
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lmmima The mediterranean kind of lunch : fish, veggies, olives, fruits and bread...
By the way, my internet access is limited so I will share the pictures I took later. Have a nice day ♡ !
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lmmima Hello North!
#morocco
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lmmima This second type of pottery is the new born baby of Bab Chaaba - the pottery souk-. It's the first time I am seeing this kind of work and when I asked the artisan, he said it is carved pottery with oil painting. When you look closely, you see that every single plate has its own details. Their uniqueness is killing me #Iamindeeplove 1w
  •   ahmedtaoufiq I'm inviting you to visit Fes ... I'm pretty sure it's gonna blow your mind :) 1w
  •   lmmima @hudagreer نعم، فالحرفيون يعتبرون عملهم فنا بذاته *.* ! 1w
  •   lmmima @arabbyname yes, this kind wasn't here before, it appeared in these two last years 1w
  •   lmmima @tsmotegi there is so much choice that it was quite difficult to chose one or two! I just wanted to have all Safi's pottery x) 1w
  •   lmmima @ahmedtaoufiq yeees it's on my bucket list! I have only been to the modern Fes, didn't get the chance to go to the old medina... 1w
  •   lmmima @nabilkasri it's the city of Safi, mostly known as Asfi 1w
  •   ahmedtaoufiq You'll love it ... like I do ... or maybe more :) 1w
  •   tsmotegi @lmmima I'll not be surprised if you do! They are all fantastic pieces of art! 1w

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lmmima More of Safi's beautiful pottery. I am absolutely blown away by the constant inovation and creativity of the traditional artisans. 1w

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lmmima The city of Safi ( آسفي) is famous for its beautiful and well-made pottery and my artsy self just found happiness. #fwas 2w
  •   uniqueblo Amazing, I love the way you show Morocco to the other people ️! 2w
  •   lmmima @mirooo500 Safi city is in the west of Morocco, after El-Jadida city :) 1w
  •   lmmima @stephlloyd indeed! The artisans are really creative, there. 1w
  •   lmmima @iamsabriine Asfi tounadi! 1w
  •   lmmima @widad_r I didn't get the chance to visit the old medina, and I will definitely come back to do so! Lovely city! 1w
  •   lmmima @uniqueblo oh thank you so much, Blo ! I am just doing my best to share it the way I see it. Many details are not on the touristic ads... 1w
  •   widad_r We should meet up next time nchallah 1w
  •   nk2love @lmmima niiiiiiice les couleurs 6d

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lmmima Goodbye Tamraght, goodbye Souss, goodbye South... #door 2w

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lmmima Lost somewhere between earth and sky... 2w

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lmmima "Whether you’re beaten or pampered, fed the best foods or starved, kept in filth or kept clean, a
cage is still a cage."
#freethebirds #birdactivism
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lmmima This amazigh restaurant is located in Aourir a.k.a. Banana village and I absolutely love how it was decorated : Tifinagh, the amazigh writing, on the walls, the mix of colors, the tent, the small area surrounded by green...everything. 2w
  •   arabbyname I went there for dinner last December loved it 2w
  •   lmmima @arabbyname vibes there are good! Is there a gnawa show for dinner? I saw gnawa apparel on the tent carpet. 2w
  •   arabbyname no show when I was there, was very quiet but beautiful setting - everybody says best place to eat tagine and they are right 2w
  •   lmmima @arabbyname oh, okay then. I had couscous there, loved it! I will definitely try their tagine next time I come to Agadir, thank you :) 2w

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lmmima At the end of the day, the waves should have thrown you upside down and your skin and hair should be all covered with sand and salted water. You just can't say no to the ocean. 2w

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lmmima My beach must-haves : Zamane, my favourite history magazine, my now-reading book and da favourite team beach racquet. Ah and some stones, you never know. 2w
  •   elbidouna How is The schmitt? I was about to buy it the otger day but went for something else. 2w
  •   lmmima @elbidouna I really love it. You should read it, really! It's well written and full of emotions. I'd advice you Ulysse from Bagdad as well. 2w

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lmmima This place makes me want to learn surfing. 2w

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lmmima Crushcrushcrush HUGE crush on this house! 2w

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lmmima This small fishing "village" is at the end of Tamraght beach. I fell in love with those old fisher houses, the blue boats, the coloured beach umbrellas and how time seems to slow down in this place. 2w

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lmmima "Equilibrium"
Tamraght, like Imouran, Aghroud and Taghazout, is the place to go for surfers looking for the cold ruthless waves of the Atlantic. (Basically, brace yourselves for surfers, beach, waves and co. pictures) #iwillspamyousorry
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  •   lmmima "You can run, but sooner or later, you run out of places to run to." 2w

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lmmima When in the beach, lie down, close your eyes, and listen. The waves, the laughs, the wind, everything is amplified. You are a part of what you hear. 2w

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lmmima There’s something disturbing about recalling a warm memory and feeling utterly cold. 2w

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lmmima Everything is transfixed, only the light moves. 3w

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