Amazigh Agadirs

Not to be confused with the city of Agadir that was destroyed by an earthquake and later rebuilt into a tourist destination, but rather, the traditional buildings that gave the city its name. Throughout southern Morocco are the remnants of what was once a thriving Amazigh (Berber) culture that extended over most of North Africa. Before the arrival of Phoenicians, Romans, and Arabs, vast empires of desert-dwellers operated … Continue reading Amazigh Agadirs