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Ksar Berber village with ghofas, storerooms, open-air museum in Medenine…

Ksar Berber village with ghofas, storerooms, open-air museum in Medenine…

Tataouine, Tunisia. Follow us @SIGNATUREBRIDE on Twitter and on FACEBOOK @ SIGNATURE BRIDE MAGAZINE

Tataouine, Tunisia. Follow us @SIGNATUREBRIDE on Twitter and on FACEBOOK @ SIGNATURE BRIDE MAGAZINE

Maaqouda is a potato fritter recipe that is popular throughout North Africa. It is especially prepared during the Ramadan period. #algeria…

Maaqouda is a potato fritter recipe that is popular throughout North Africa. It is especially prepared during the Ramadan period. #algeria…

Sbeitla is a small town in north-central Tunisia. Nearby are the Roman ruins of Sufetula, containing the best preserved Forum temples in Tunisia.  The region was inhabited by nomadic tribes until the Legio III Augusta established a camp at Ammaedara. Through the surrender of the Berber leader Tacfarinas the region was pacified and populated under the Emperor Vespasian and his sons between 67 and 69.

Sbeitla is a small town in north-central Tunisia. Nearby are the Roman ruins of Sufetula, containing the best preserved Forum temples in Tunisia. The region was inhabited by nomadic tribes until the Legio III Augusta established a camp at Ammaedara. Through the surrender of the Berber leader Tacfarinas the region was pacified and populated under the Emperor Vespasian and his sons between 67 and 69.

A lonely stretch of back street along the far side of the Tunis medina during the midday sun

A lonely stretch of back street along the far side of the Tunis medina during the midday sun

North Africa  The Amazigh are a sub group of the Berbers, a semi-nomadic people of Morocco, Tunisia, Libya and other areas of North West Africa. @ http://fashion.allwomenstalk.com

North Africa The Amazigh are a sub group of the Berbers, a semi-nomadic people of Morocco, Tunisia, Libya and other areas of North West Africa. @ http://fashion.allwomenstalk.com

Africa | Mahmoudi (woman's mantle) from the Berber people from the border of Tunisia and Libya | Wool with cotton supplementary patterns, tie-dyed at ends. The piece is dyed after weaving and the cotton resists the indigo.

Africa | Mahmoudi (woman's mantle) from the Berber people from the border of Tunisia and Libya | Wool with cotton supplementary patterns, tie-dyed at ends. The piece is dyed after weaving and the cotton resists the indigo.

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