On this occasion, Morocco’s distinguished guests were provided with details and followed presentations about workshops on Morocco’s centuries-old handicrafts such as the Zellige (traditionally made mosaic), plaster-carving, women’s traditional couture, and wood arts.
At the end of their visit, the Royal couple received gifts from the Center’s Director before signing in the guest book.
On the Sidelines of HRH Prince Charles’ visit to the Kingdom, the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts and the handicrafts vocational training and qualification center signed, on Monday, a Memorandum of Understanding providing for strengthening cooperation and the exchange of expertise in terms of training and qualification.
HRH the Prince arrived in Morocco on Monday for a three-day official visit to Morocco at the Invitation of HM King Mohammed VI.
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