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Choufchouan Cemetery
Morocco

Small and quiet, the Chefchouan Cemetery points to the remnants of a once vibrant culture. Visitors may notice that few (if any) of the tombs have inscriptions written in Hebrew. To learn more about this site and explore others, visit our exhibit website (http://www.jewishmorocco.org/?page_id=1148)

Copyright: The diarna project
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14168x7084
Subida: 31/08/2011
Actualizado: 25/04/2014
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Tags: diarna; d'fina; jewish; juif; jews; judaism; maroc; morocco; moroccan; maghreb; north africa; shrine; history; heritage; muslim; islam; jewishmorocco
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