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Don't touch my wooden door!

The story of a venture that brought together teachers, state school pupils, parents, school heads and museum interpreters and curators with a single purpose: to save the wooden doors of Tangier's medina – an initiative led by the Siwa & Tangier project, funded by the European Union under the Euromed Heritage IV programme.
 

This is part of a series of features on projects funded by the EU’s Regional Programme, prepared by journalists and photographers on the ground or the ENPI Info Centre. (ENPI Info Centre)
 

 

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