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The Amazigh Wedding: Time-Honored Traditions on the Path to Extinction

Updated: May 12


Abdelghafour ben Lahbib in traditional Amazigh wedding attire
Abdelghafour ben Lahbib (left) in traditional Amazigh wedding attire, standing beside his brother

A coherent set of rituals and customs have been practiced during Amazigh wedding ceremonies (Tmagra) since ancient times, especially among the people of Souss (a region in central Morocco) and Adrar (the largest province in Algeria). However, in recent years, these traditions have gone into decline, making way for new customs that align more closely with the exigencies of the modern era.

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