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Moroccan Crafts in the Spotlight in Nairobi


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Nairobi, 28/11/2023 (MAP) – Kenyans in Nairobi were invited to an immersion in the craft heritage of Morocco on the occasion of an exhibition organized from November 26 to December 1 by the Crafts Chamber of the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra region.

Around thirty Moroccan craftsmen, Maâlems and stylists exhibit their products and craft know-how for seven days, highlighting the diversity and richness of craft in the Kingdom, from hand-woven carpets to elegant caftans and sparkling jewelry.

Officially launched on Tuesday in a festive atmosphere to the magical folk rhythms of Dakka Marrakchia, the exhibition offers a sensory journey through the shimmering colors, captivating patterns and savory aromas of Moroccan culture.

This event, the first of its kind, is organized in partnership with the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra region, the Ministry of Youth, Culture and Communication and the Ministry of Tourism, Crafts and Social and Solidarity Economy, President of the Chamber of Crafts of the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra region, Abderrahim Zemzami, told MAP.

He also pointed out that the exhibition features 30 stands, set up by 30 talented craftsmen from different regions of the Kingdom, adding that the objective is to highlight Moroccan culture, especially in this country geographically far from the Kingdom.

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