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Under his fingers, shimmering silk fabrics are magically created, enhanced with gold or silver thread. Abdelkader Ouazzani, the last of Morocco’s brocade master-weaver, has been repeating these same gestures for 63 years in his workshop in the heart of the ancient city of Fez.
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