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Goats on an Argan tree. Argan oil has become a fashionable product in Europe and North Featured Archaeological Site of Volubilis Image

Goats on an Argan tree. Argan oil has become a fashionable product in Europe and North

Goats on an Argan tree. Argan oil has become a fashionable product in Europe and North America and it is now widely available in specialist shops. It is of increasing interest to cosmetics companies in Europe. Essaouira, Morocco

© Mauricio Abreu / AWL Images

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Magnificent interior in the traditional patterns in the medieval Muslim college, the Featured Archaeological Site of Volubilis Image

Magnificent interior in the traditional patterns in the medieval Muslim college, the

Magnificent interior in the traditional patterns in the medieval Muslim college, the Attarine Medersa, founded in 1325, Fes, Morocco

© Nadia Isakova/ AWL Images Ltd.

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Detail of calligraphy and zellij in the patio, Ben Youssef Meders Featured Archaeological Site of Volubilis Image

Detail of calligraphy and zellij in the patio, Ben Youssef Meders

Detail of calligraphy and zellij in the patio, Ben Youssef Meders, the largest Medersa in Morocco, originally a religious school founded under Abou el Hassan, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Marrakech, Morocco, North Africa

© Godong

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