• Wednesday, June 4, 2014 - Morning : Exhibitions. 15h30 : Theme tents. 16h30 : Dromedary race •
• Thursday, June 5, 2014 - 10h00 : Exhibitions IGR. 15h30 : Carnival, fantasia, dromedary parade. 22h00 : Artistic evening •
• Friday, June 6, 2014 - 10h00 : Religious ceremony. 15h00 : Fantasia and dromedary race. 22h00 : Animations, artistic evening •
• Saturday, June 7, 2014 - Morning : Book exhibition, conference. 17h00 : Official ceremony. 22h00 : Grand artistic evening •
• Sunday, June 8, 2014 - 15h00 : Dromedary parade, fantasia and folkloric dances. 21h00 : Tent of poetry, artistic evening •
• Monday, June 9, 2014 - 15h30 : Dromedary parade, fantasia and folkloric dances. 18h00 : Closing ceremony •
• Guest of Honour of this 10th edition of Moussem of Tan Tan 2014 : United Arab Emirates •

  The Moussem of Tan Tan is one of the fundamental components of the intangible heritage of the Kingdom of Morocco.
The culture of the Beydan world is rich in oral and artistic expressions which the nomads of slegacyaharan Morocco have established and preserved for a very long time.
This precious legacy is the product of numerous know-how, of gestures and techniques that women and men of these lands have passed on from one generation to another.
This website, dedicated to the intangible heritage of Saharan Morocco, pays tribute to the ingenuity of nomadic culture and aims to contribute in raising public awareness for its preservation and valorisation.

 

    • Pastoral tradition
    • Deciphering footprints
    • A prodigious animal
    • To appropriate the dromedary
    • The Moorish rahla
    • Camel’s milk
    • Social symbolism
    • A typical design
    • An inherited technique
    • The plural khayma
    • The frig
    • Life inside the khayma
    • The objects under the khayma
    • Representation of an habitat
    • Moorish standards of beauty
    • Women’s traditional draping
    • Deraa / the male clothing
    • Jewellery and finery
    • Camel’s meat and camel’s milk
    • The tidguit
    • The tichtar
    • Other recipes from Saharan Morocco
    • The Barbe horse
    • The tbourida
    • Specificities
    • Leather
    • Metals and timber
    • The Hawl
    • The griots
    • Traditional instruments
    • A modal music
    • Traditional dances
    • Ancestral phytotherapy
    • The Talh
    • Other plants
    • Proverbs
    • Nahadra
    • The desert University
    • Koran - religious studies