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A Symbol of Hospitality and Friendship in Moroccan Culture In Moroccan culture, the tea ceremony holds a special place as a symbol of hospitality, friendship, and tradition. The art of preparing and serving tea is not just about the beverage itself but also about the...

Tafraoute stands proudly as the largest producer of almonds in Morocco. The fact that infuses the festival with a sense of local pride and abundance. The festival has been a cherished annual event for the village, serving as a jubilant homage to the bountiful harvest...

The month of The Amazigh New Year also known as « Yennayer »  holds great significance in the Moroccan culture. It is a time of celebration, reflection, and renewal for the berber people.  As one of the oldest cultures in North Africa, the Amazighs have a rich heritage...

Christmas Spirit The Olive Tree is a delightful alternative to the Christmas tree, signifying peace, hope and friendship. We at the Palais Amani have an annual tradition of making our own Christmas Olive Tree. In the Koran, the olive tree is “the blessed tree” and Muslims...

One of the most striking features of Moroccan architecture is the Zellij, the creation of an intricate mosaic design using hand-cut, glazed tiles. Skilled artisans assemble the jigsaw-like tiles to form geometrical patterns of great complexity. Each piece in the mosaic has a different name, describing...

Ba Mohammed embarks on a whole new adventure. The Palais Amani Effect: Summer in Fez: that dry baking heat, intense and luminous that revs up day after day and seems here to stay, permanent, unstoppable. And then one day the heat breaks, the morning starts with freshness...

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