Renowned for its peaceful gardens and rich Jewish and Amazigh (Berber) heritage, the market town of Sefrou, near Fez, is home to “Culture Vultures,” an arts organization aiming to unite people from an array of backgrounds, igniting mutually beneficial encounters through arts projects. By facilitating cross-cultural experiences, especially between foreigners and locals, they can explore and celebrate Sefrou’s local traditions.

How Sefrou’s ‘Culture Vultures’ Celebrates Local Moroccan Heritage
Sefrou's famous cherries
Denia Dimsdale is a British MFL student currently living in Morocco.