Moroccan city. No cars are seen, but some buses. People travel by burro, camel, bicycle, horse, carriage, and on foot.
Morocco North Africa Date:1944, February 21 Duration:1 min 43 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Every day street scenes in a Moroccan city in North Africa. The street is very wide. Local residents walking; waiting for public transport. and siting in outdoor sidewalk cafe. Two American soldiers riding in a pedicab pulled by two bicycle riders. Many bicycle riders. Two Western women riding in an open carriage pulled by team of two horses. Moroccan man walking behind burro laden with sacks. Two Moroccan soldiers, or policemen, wearing uniforms with Fezes, walk past and give friendly salute to cameraman. Moroccan man on bicycle, stops to converse with Moroccan woman who is completely robed, to expose only part of her face. A Moroccan man rides a horse in the street, and another rides a burro. Nomads with camels and livestock rest at side of road. As two women sit, looking on, a man stomps some kind bread dough with his feet. One of the women rises and does the same.
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