الجمعة، 6 يناير، 2017

وصف مكان بالانجليزي

وصف مكان طبيعي
تعبير بالانجليزي عن مكان مفضل
تعبير عن وصف مكان جميل
وصف مكان جميل زرته
وصف مكان ما
وصف مدينة بالانجليزي
تعبير عن مدينة بالانجليزية
تعبير بالانجليزي عن مدينة قصير



The Jemaa el-Fna square is one of the main cultural spaces of Marrakech. Becoming one of the symbols of the city since its foundation in the eleventh century, it offers an exceptional concentration of Moroccan popular cultural traditions expressed through music, religion and various artistic expressions. Located at the entrance to the Medina, this triangular square surrounded by restaurants, shops and public buildings is the daily theater of commercial activities and entertainment. It is a meeting point for the inhabitants of the city, but also for people coming from elsewhere. Throughout the day, and until late at night, you can buy fruit, taste traditional dishes and find a variety of services such as dental care, traditional medicine, divination, preaching, henna tattoo or portage d 'water. We can also see and hear storytellers, poets, snake charmers, Berber musicians (mazighen), gnawis dancers and senthir (hajhouj) players. The oral expressions were formerly continually renewed by the bards (imayazen) which traversed the Berber territories. Even today, they mix the gesture with the word to teach, entertain and charm the public. They now tend to adapt their art to the contemporary world by improvising on the web of an ancient text, thus making their narratives accessible to a wider audience. The place of Jemaa el-Fna is a major place of cultural exchanges and enjoys protection since 1922 as part of the artistic heritage of Morocco. But urbanization, especially real estate speculation and the development of road infrastructure, is considered a serious threat to this cultural space. While the Jemaa el-Fna place is very popular, cultural practices may be affected by acculturation, notably linked to the development of tourism.