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The Orient Occident Fondation in Rabat
The Orient-Occident Foundation is also a must for any visitors to the region. Now in its 30th year, it is a vibrant place for initiatives and events, including photography exhibitions, artwork displays, craft workshops, markets for local producers and music and dance performances. Created to foster integration and intercultural dialogue, it also hosts the Migrants du Monde embroidery and sewing workshop, where Moroccan women with migrant and refugee backgrounds make beautiful clothes and accessories.
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The Grand Théâtre reopening
Located on the Bou Regreg River, the Grand Théâtre de Rabat is the largest theatre in Africa and the Arab world. Designed by renowned architect Zaha Hadid, the theatre is shaped like a wave and features a 1,800-seat hall, an open-air amphitheatre that can hold up to 7,000 people and an experimental rehearsal space. It’s also home to a restaurant that can accommodate 350 people and has beautiful green areas, workshops and a library. As part of its reopening, it will host orchestral performances, ballets, operas and concerts.
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The Procession of the Mysteries in Maglie
In Maglie, another capital city in Salento where the Easter rites are rooted, the brethren in ceremonial dress march with solemn step, carrying the statues of the Mysteries in procession, followed by children dressed as angels.
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Passio Christi in the Villages
During the Easter period, several culturally rich villages are transformed into sets with figurants reliving the ‘Passio Christi’. These sets appear in Grottaglie and the trulli of Alberobello; in the shadow of ancient castles in Oria and Francavilla Fontana, as well as in Gallipoli, which hosts the highly anticipated Good Friday Procession of the Mysteries.
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Songs in Griko of Salentinian Greece
This event allows you to immerse yourself in the folk music of Grecìa Salentina and the 18th-century chapels of Melpignano. As well as enjoying passionate songs performed in the ancient language of Griko, you can also enjoy "cuddhura", a cake symbolising rebirth that is prepared for Holy Saturday.
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The Holy Week in Taranto
In Taranto, the rites of Easter begin at midnight on Thursday and run through to Holy Saturday, when the Processions of Our Lady of Sorrows and the Mysteries take place. During this event, you can follow the cloaked, barefoot priests as they move to the rhythm of the troccola, a musical instrument consisting of a wooden board fixed with metal handles that produces a unique sound.
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