Moroccan Pavilion Captures its Colourful Culture
Dubai, 25 January, 2014: The Moroccan Pavilion at Global Village gives visitors to this amazing family entertainment and cultural destination the chance to experience the rich and varied culture of Morocco. Visitors looking for the very best in traditional Moroccan souvenirs will savour the sights, smells and sounds of the colourful pavilion that will brighten up a visit to Global Village as families look through the great selection of ornaments and tables.
Stepping into the Moroccan Pavilion gives a sensation of walking among one of the country's world famous souks in Fez, Meknes, Rabat or Marrakech. The hustle and bustle of this packed pavilion creates a unique atmosphere as visitors search through this colourful pavilion and find great selections of chairs, tables, and pottery.
One of the most popular ceramic items on display are the traditional Tajines, an earthenware pot that is used during the cooking process for some of the country's most famous dishes.
Traditional Moroccan clothing is also available for visitors to pick up. The symbolic kaftans are generally worn by females. The brighter and more intricate the dress, the more respect the individual commands. Traditionally, kaftans were given to visitors as gifts, with the ornaments and colours used on the kaftan showing the persons rank.
The Moroccan Pavilion is also a leading destination at Global Village for the large amounts of handmade pottery, lamps and mosaic vases on offer. The vases are handcrafted and decorated with signature mosaic motifs with the traditionally hand cut tiles decorating waist high vases with a wonderful array of colours.
Visitors will also find themselves happening upon the traditional Argan oil that contains many vitamins and acids that are excellent for the health. It is both used cosmetically, to rid people of dry skin, and for the prevention of hair loss, while also being used in the cooking as a substitute for butter.
Visit the Moroccan Pavilion today to experience a culture that is brimming with traditional forms of art and links to its rich heritage.