People gather in Sale, Morocco, to celebrate Mawlid an-Nabi, the observance of Prophet Muhammad's birth anniversary on Thursday. A large parade takes place in Sale every year to commemorate the birth of the prophet including traditional dress, decorations, music and dance.
Curated by Erin Bormett and Gabe Dubois
Children take part in an annual parade celebrating the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad
People take part in an annual parade celebrating the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad
Children from local religious schools take part in an annual parade
People carry large structures adorned with candles and religious phrases
People celebrate the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad
Women gather at a Sufi shrine
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