Trips to Morocco. Oujda via Lalla Marnia. Hôtel Figari […] car service every day […] links to the Tlemcen stagecoach and trains to Western Algeria
Trips to the Oujda olive groves, the battleground of the Battle of Isly […] Horses and mules for day trips and walks.
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Alexandre Lunois (1863-1916)
ENT DN-1 (LUNOIS,Alexandre)-ROUL
The foreground of this poster, advertising trips to Morocco to tourists, is occupied by a group of Moroccan women watching a fantasia from their home. Its inaccuracies bring to light the dominant stereotypes of the time, particularly regarding the depiction of women and their place in Muslim society.
"Trips to Morocco. Oujda via Lalla Marnia. Hôtel Figari […] car service every day […] links to the Tlemcen stagecoach and trains to Western Algeria" in "Sharing History", Museum With No Frontiers, 2020. http://www.sharinghistory.org/database_item.php?id=object;AWE;fr;171;en;N
Translation by: Flaminia Baldwin
MWNF Working Number: FR 171
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