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A Moroccan Wedding from the Medina of Fez
A blog called “The View from Fez: Observations from the Medina of Fez in Morocco” published a nice series of photos of a traditional (if somewhat lavish) Moroccan wedding in the city of Fez. The authors of the blog were invited in 2009 to attend the wedding of Si Mohamed and Hakima, a Moroccan couple. Tom Fakler took the photographs.
The bride and groom were married a few months ago, but according to Moroccan and Islamic tradition, couldn’t begin their life together until they had celebrated properly with family and friends. The party, known as a walimah, took place at one of the wedding halls in the new city of Fez.
Two Malaysian Muslim Weddings
The photos are by Tom, a European fellow living in Malaysia, from his Southeast Asia travel blog at http://studioplum.be/travelblog/
The photo captions are Tom’s. Click on the thumbnails below to see the full photos.
Two Malaysian Muslim Weddings: One in Perlis and One in Kuala Lumpur:
Muslim Wedding in England: One Photo
One photo only of a Muslim wedding in England, from hydrus.pl:
Muslim Wedding in Conakry, Capital of Guinea, West Africa
Conakry or Konakry (Malinké: Kɔnakiri) is the capital and largest city of Guinea. The city is a port on the Atlantic Ocean. It has a population of about two million. Guinea used to be part of the Songhai Empire until 1591, and then a subsequent Islamic state in the 18th century that brought stability and prosperity to the region. Around the same time Fulani Muslims immigrated to Guinea. The capital city, Conakry, was founded under French rule in 1890. Today Guinea has 24 ethnic groups, of which the Fulani form 40%. The population is 85% Muslim.
Here we see a wedding in the city of Conakry. These photos were posted on Picasa by Chantal: