Moroccan Village (1933 World's Fair exhibit)
Chicago, United States
Morocco's exhibition at the 1933 "A Century of Progress" World's Fair in Chicago was described in the official guide as a
Moroccan village consisting of typical "Souk" or arcade of shops with muezzin's tower dominating the whole.  The streets are paraded by typical Moors in costume, while camels pad their way through this wonderful reproduction of Northern Africa.  All the color an allure of Morocco appears in the shops selling barbaric jewels, leather goods, carpets, rugs, camel cloths, and perfumes. 
Chicago, United States
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Moroccan Village (1933 World's Fair exhibit)
Morocco Building
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exhibition hall