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Marrakech
Description: Prominent cities and traditional culture of Morocco in the 1930's.

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Clip #: TFA-156B
Length: 9:14
Color: Color
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1930s
Region: Africa
Country: Morocco
City: Marrakesh
Subject: Native Life
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1930s, Marrakech, Marrakesh, Morocco, Africa, cityscape, coast, Essaouira, cityscape, Berbers, native people in traditional clothing riding camels in desert, ramparts, old city wall, male tourist talking with native men, Berbers, native men in traditional clothing riding galloping horses, white buildings, cityscape and ramparts, old city streets and buildings, native people in traditional clothing,man putting snake in his mouth as musicians perform, male tourist talking with native woman, native men doing acrobatic stunts, native people performing traditional dances in courtyard for tourists, visitors applauding dancers, Moroccan architectural details, view of native people performing dance from behind decorative window screen, native children in traditional clothing, native women performing traditional dance, visitors applauding, woman wearing headscarf and gold jewelry, palm trees along edge of city near desert, native man playing horn instrument, tourists talking with native people, Casablanca, Hotel Transatlantique, Auto Circuits Nord Africains cars, male and female tourists looking at map, people dining at outdoor tables


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