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Life in the Atlas Mountains - 24 Feb 2014
24 PICTURES
MOROCCO-DAILYLIFE/WIDERIMAGE
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February 24, 2015
Berber women wash a child in Ait Sghir village in the High Atlas region of Morocco February 14, 2015....
AIT SGHIR, Morocco
Berber women wash a child in Ait Sghir village in the High Atlas region of Morocco
Berber women wash a child in Ait Sghir village in the High Atlas region of Morocco February 14, 2015. The snowy foothills of the High Atlas mountains in Morocco are home to several Berber villages where the inhabitants make their living by farming, baking bread in traditional ovens, herding cattle, and the making and selling of honey, olive oil and pottery. Extreme weather fluctuations and erosion that causes flooding and landslides have led to a drop in agricultural productivity, the United Nations said. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (MOROCCO - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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May 31, 2010
A Shawia girl stands in front of carpets during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city...
KHENCHLA, Algeria
A Shawia girl stands in front of carpets during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city...
A Shawia girl stands in front of carpets during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela May 30, 2010. Berber carpets, which take up to three months to make, are the most expensive in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ALGERIA/
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May 31, 2010
A Shawia carpet maker prepares wool at her stall during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern...
KHENCHLA, Algeria
A Shawia carpet maker prepares wool at her stall during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern...
A Shawia carpet maker prepares wool at her stall during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela May 30, 2010. Berber carpets, which take up to three months to make, are the most expensive in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ALGERIA/
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May 31, 2010
A Shawia boy stands near a girl demonstrating her carpet weaving skills with wool during a carpet festival...
KHENCHLA, Algeria
Shawia boy stands near girl demonstrating her carpet weaving skills during carpet festival in Berber...
A Shawia boy stands near a girl demonstrating her carpet weaving skills with wool during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela May 30, 2010. Berber carpets, which take up to three months to make, are the most expensive in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ALGERIA/
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May 31, 2010
Shawia folklore dancers perform during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela...
KHENCHLA, Algeria
Shawia folklore dancers perform during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela...
Shawia folklore dancers perform during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela May 30, 2010. Berber carpets, which take up to three months to make, are the most expensive in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ALGERIA/
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May 31, 2010
A Shawia carpet maker smiles as he is pictured at his stall during a carpet festival in Berber village...
KHENCHLA, Algeria
A Shawia carpet maker smiles as he is pictured at his stall during a carpet festival in Berber village...
A Shawia carpet maker smiles as he is pictured at his stall during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela May 30, 2010. Berber carpets, which take up to three months to make, are the most expensive in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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May 30, 2010
A Shawia girl stands in front of carpets during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city...
KHENCHLA, Algeria
A Shawia girl stands in front of carpets during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city...
A Shawia girl stands in front of carpets during a carpet festival in Berber village in the eastern city of Khenchela May 30, 2010. Berber carpets, which take up to three months to make, are the most expensive in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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ALGERIA
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May 20, 2009
Shawia women attend a carpet weaving course at a training centre at Babar village in eastern city of...
BABAR, Algeria
Shawia women attend a carpet weaving course at a training centre at Babar village in eastern city of...
Shawia women attend a carpet weaving course at a training centre at Babar village in eastern city of Khenchela May 19, 2009. Babar carpets, which takes up to 3 months to make, are the most expensive carpets in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. To preserve this traditional tapestry craft, a museum for showcasing these carpets will soon be built at Babar village. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA SOCIETY)
ALGERIA
RTXJS1K
May 20, 2009
A Shawia dyer hangs out dyed wool used to make carpets in Babar village in the eastern city of Khenchela...
BABAR, Algeria
A Shawia dyer hangs out dyed wool used to make carpets in Babar village in the eastern city of Khenchela...
A Shawia dyer hangs out dyed wool used to make carpets in Babar village in the eastern city of Khenchela May 19, 2009. Babar carpets, which takes up to 3 months to make, are the most expensive carpets in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. To preserve this traditional tapestry craft, a museum for showcasing these carpets will soon be built at Babar village. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA SOCIETY)
ALGERIA
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May 20, 2009
A Shawia woman prepares wool to weave carpet at a carpet training centre in Babar village in the eastern...
BABAR, Algeria
A Shawia woman prepares wool to weave carpet at a carpet training centre in Babar village in the eastern...
A Shawia woman prepares wool to weave carpet at a carpet training centre in Babar village in the eastern city of Khenchela May 19, 2009. Babar carpets, which takes up to 3 months to make, are the most expensive carpets in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. To preserve this traditional tapestry craft, a museum for showcasing these carpets will soon be built at Babar village. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA
RTXJR1B
May 20, 2009
A Shawia woman washes wool used to make carpets at a stream in Babar village in eastern city of Khenchela...
BABAR, Algeria
A Shawia woman washes wool used to make carpets at a stream in Babar village in eastern city of Khenchela...
A Shawia woman washes wool used to make carpets at a stream in Babar village in eastern city of Khenchela May 19, 2009. Babar carpets, which takes up to 3 months to make, are the most expensive carpets in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. To preserve this traditional tapestry craft, a museum for showcasing these carpets will soon be built at Babar village. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA SOCIETY)
ALGERIA
RTXJR1A
May 20, 2009
A Shawia woman washes wool used to make carpets at a stream in Babar village in eastern city of Khenchela...
BABAR, Algeria
A Shawia woman washes wool used to make carpets at a stream in Babar village in eastern city of Khenchela...
A Shawia woman washes wool used to make carpets at a stream in Babar village in eastern city of Khenchela May 19, 2009. Babar carpets, which takes up to 3 months to make, are the most expensive carpets in Algeria. The patterns on these carpets represent the identity of the Shawia culture. To preserve this traditional tapestry craft, a museum for showcasing these carpets will soon be built at Babar village. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA SOCIETY)
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Berbers in Morocco - 27 Sep 2006
8 PICTURES
MOROCCO BERBERS
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September 25, 2006
Children stand in their home in the village of Tarart, in the High Atlas, Morocco August 31, 2006. Morocco...
HIGH ATLAS, Morocco
Children stand in their home in the village of Tarart
Children stand in their home in the village of Tarart, in the High Atlas, Morocco August 31, 2006. Morocco has more citizens of Berber origin than any other country, and nearly 40 percent of the population speaks one of three Amazigh languages, but many Berbers accuse their compatriots of discrimination. Picture taken August 31, 2006. REUTERS/Eve Coulon (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO BERBERS
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September 25, 2006
A bride from the Ait Yaha tribe (C) is surrounded by relatives as she waits for her groom in the village...
HIGH ATLAS, Morocco
A bride from the Ait Yaha tribe is surrounded by relatives as she waits for her groom in the village...
A bride from the Ait Yaha tribe (C) is surrounded by relatives as she waits for her groom in the village of Olgagh, in High Atlas, Morocco August 30, 2006. Morocco has more citizens of Berber origin than any other country, and nearly 40 percent of the population speaks one of three Amazigh languages, but many Berbers accuse their compatriots of discrimination. Picture taken August 30, 2006. REUTERS/Eve Coulon (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO
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September 25, 2006
Children peer out from their home in the village of Tarart, in the High Atlas, Morocco, August 31, 2006....
HIGH ATLAS, Morocco
Children peer out from their home in the village of Tarart
Children peer out from their home in the village of Tarart, in the High Atlas, Morocco, August 31, 2006. Morocco has more citizens of Berber origin than any other country, and nearly 40 percent of the population speaks one of three Amazigh languages, but many Berbers accuse their compatriots of discrimination. Picture taken August 31, 2006. REUTERS/Eve Coulon (MOROCCO)
 MOROCCO BERBERS
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September 25, 2006
Women carry silage on their backs in the village of Tarart, in the High Atlas, Morocco August 30, 2006....
HIGH ATLAS, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO BERBERS
Women carry silage on their backs in the village of Tarart, in the High Atlas, Morocco August 30, 2006. Morocco has more citizens of Berber origin than any other country, and nearly 40 percent of the population speaks one of three Amazigh languages, but many Berbers accuse their compatriots of discrimination. Picture taken August 31, 2006. To match feature MOROCCO BERBERS REUTERS/Eve Coulon (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO BERBERS
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September 25, 2006
A woman holds her baby in the village of Tarart, in the High Atlas, Morocco August 31, 2006. Morocco...
HIGH ATLAS, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO BERBERS
A woman holds her baby in the village of Tarart, in the High Atlas, Morocco August 31, 2006. Morocco has more citizens of Berber origin than any other country, and nearly 40 percent of the population speaks one of three Amazigh languages, but many Berbers accuse their compatriots of discrimination. Picture taken August 31, 2006. To match feature MOROCCO BERBERS REUTERS/Eve Coulon (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO BERBERS
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September 25, 2006
People walk in a tunnel in the village of Zaouia Sidi Hamza, in the High Atlas, Morocco September 3,...
HIGH ATLAS, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO BERBERS
People walk in a tunnel in the village of Zaouia Sidi Hamza, in the High Atlas, Morocco September 3, 2006. Morocco has more citizens of Berber origin than any other country, and nearly 40 percent of the population speaks one of three Amazigh languages, but many Berbers accuse their compatriots of discrimination. Picture taken September 3, 2006. To match feature MOROCCO BERBERS REUTERS/Eve Coulon (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO BERBERS
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September 25, 2006
An aerial view of the village of Zaouia Sidi Hamza, in the High Atlas, Morocco September 2, 2006. Morocco...
HIGH ATLAS, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO BERBERS
An aerial view of the village of Zaouia Sidi Hamza, in the High Atlas, Morocco September 2, 2006. Morocco has more citizens of Berber origin than any other country, and nearly 40 percent of the population speaks one of three Amazigh languages, but many Berbers accuse their compatriots of discrimination. Picture taken September 2, 2006. To match feature MOROCCO BERBERS REUTERS/Eve Coulon (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO BERBERS
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September 25, 2006
A mother and child rest in the village of Tarart, in the High Atlas, Morocco August 31, 2006. Morocco...
HIGH ATLAS, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO BERBERS
A mother and child rest in the village of Tarart, in the High Atlas, Morocco August 31, 2006. Morocco has more citizens of Berber origin than any other country, and nearly 40 percent of the population speaks one of three Amazigh languages, but many Berbers accuse their compatriots of discrimination. Picture taken August 31, 2006. To match feature MOROCCO BERBERS REUTERS/Eve Coulon (MOROCCO)
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